Yan Bei Hotel
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... on it. It was very thoughtful of him, and needless to say, we all enjoyed the delicious, sweet, sponge cake.
The city of Datong was an old walled city, but just recently the government has started taking down all the old housing and building new flats, and replacing the old wall with new. It will be great when it’s finished, although it will loose some of its charm.
Of China’s 16 buried emperors ...
... to the train station. Crowded but not a zoo like Beijing. Once again, out of several hundred people we appeared to be the only westerners. This is a holiday weekend and I didn't book early enough to get a soft sleeper so we were in a hard sleeper. Nothing to do with the quality of the beds which are universally board-like. This sleeper was open with 9 alcoves the length of the carriage, each with bunks on each side stacked 3 high. We stashed our luggage on the lower bunk ...
... advice on restaurants at reception and walked into the renovated old city for dinner. Terence told us that a guide in Beijing had informed him that in China, if they find one stone left of a building, and then totally rebuild it, is called 'renovation'! What we saw now looked like this, including what we worked out must be the restaurant building. Quite a stunning building with ornate Chinese decorations, wood carvings, waterfalls and multi-coloured koi carp. Busy, efficient ...
served and evrybody could take whatever he wanted. That’s the nice thing about
China when it comes to food : sharepoint!!
After our tummies being filled we got back into the minivan. As we were ready
to take off, the restaurant owner came out and called the belgian trio out, he
wanted to take a picture of us in front of hisrestaurant. I guess he doesn’t
really get Western people inside very often...
funny, but very friendly, so why not posing and ...
... by intricate carvings of thousands of smaller buddhas and the 1000 buddha motif. Even the original colouring is retained in some caves. In total there are over 51,000 statues. On the way back to the taxi we managed to find a shop selling hot chocolate which definitely warmed us up and we no longer had frost bitten fingers haha! It might have turned out to be an expensive day for the budget but today was one of the most enjoyable days in China so ...