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 ...

    Temple Heaven

    A travel blog entry by huishyjnr28 on Aug 09, 2012

    The part of Pinyao that we stayed in was within the ancient walls in the middle of the city. Within the walls reminded me a bit of the forbidden city in Beijing with similar architecture and is also a similar size. The majority of the buildings within the walls are gift shops, bar/restaurants and hostels so had a very touristy feel but also quite relaxed. On our first day we wandered round all the gift shops ...

    The ancient world of Pingyao

    A travel blog entry by rootsandroutes on May 24, 2012

    13 photos

    ... Inside the rooms were minimalistic displays of lone vases or laquered screens, overseen by black-and-white photographs of the owner standing awkwardly with various dignitaries and officials.

    The next morning, we wandered on towards the city walls where, the previous evening, the bright orangey glow of the street lights had illuminated a straight path along the wall, shooting the apex of an orange-dotted triangle into the black nothingness of the no-man's ...

    4 Nights in the Best Ancient Walled City in China

    A travel blog entry by michellendave on Sep 19, 2011

    88 photos

    ... 24179;遥 in our book. The crowed had grown to 25 people who stretched their necks and giggled but had no answers for us. We crossed the highway to where other buses were standing. We got no help there either. Until finally a guy drove up and popped his head out of his car's window and (we assumed) he asked us where we needed to go. 'Rrr-Shur kwai’ he said while motioning with his arm up the road and around the ...

    Stuck in Pingyao isn't so bad

    A travel blog entry by danandcarolann on Jan 11, 2011

    15 photos

    ... to the time of the Ming.

    During the day, fruit and vegetable vendors lay their crops out on the sidewalks and weigh purchases with old fashioned handheld scales. On a quiet side street, we bought some crispy donut-like snacks from a street vendor. Normally, we shun street food in China, but these were fresh out of the bubbling hot oil and hadn’t been handled or spoiled in any way. Much better than Crispy Crème.