Xiuxicost Railway Hotel

Address: No.286 Xinjian West Road, Jiexiu, Shanxi, 032000, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on No.286 Xinjian West Road, Jiexiu.
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    Travel Blogs from Jiexiu

    Mianshan climbing - Pingyao wading

    A travel blog entry by chrisgodman on Aug 27, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... on and longer legs! Slowly, slowly we moved forward, you could feel the mud on the road and I was just hoping I didn't slip over because everything would have gone under. The waters were up to the top of my thighs! And it was dark. What an adventure. I wasn't game to take a picture in case I dropped the iPad. Hard enough concentrating on where my feet were going! Ah China! Never a dull ...

    Templed Out

    A travel blog entry by tbienek on Jul 17, 2012

    ... for awhile now, had a theory about the practice of people mindfully standing in front of me while I'm trying to take a photo. Today I was convinced that this is the case, when a man walked across in front of me, not looking in my direction and then he turned, looked straight at me as I put the camera to my eye and then walked back to the middle of the photo and stood there looking at me.!!! After I took it he moved away, so I took another. I also saw two kids on a moped screach to ...

    Days 38/39-Pingyao

    A travel blog entry by chrisneddy on Apr 29, 2012

    50 photos

    ... We've slowly come to realise that the Chinese can either irritate us to the extent that we want to scream or they can be so nice that we want to just give them a hug! Much to our amazement the wall wasn't half as packed as we thought it would be and at times we were by ourselves. Pingyao was a lot like lijiang in the sense that it was a beautifully preserved Ancient Chinese town with the typical sloping roof tops, willow catkins floating around in the air and ...

    Saying Cheese in Chinese

    A travel blog entry by mikeandsheila on Sep 23, 2011

    1 comment, 67 photos

    ... staying there. Why doesn't the souvenir shop change to a coffee bar and capitalise on the overflow from the guesthouse? I'll never know the answer to that.

    At 8.30 that night a large mob of tourists including us, Renato, Kristy, an Irishman named James and 12 Dutch on a package tour, all pile into four rickshaws for the final journey to the railway station. For us, we have learnt a bit more about China, its history, culture and its capitalist spirit. We've also learned how to say 'Cheese' in ...

    We get to live in ancient China, for a weekend...

    A travel blog entry by kateandjohn on May 03, 2011

    1 comment, 96 photos

    ... table. On the wedding table was some sort of dough/date item? We took a few pictures and thanked them, they in turn gave us each a wedding candy. We carried on past the blaring pop music set up for the wedding and looked for the north gate.

    The stairs up onto the wall were crowded, but once atop the wall it was easy to move away from the crowds. Walking the perimeter of wall is only a 6 km undertaking, but we were fading and thinking food needed to be our next priority. ...