Yangquan Hotel

Address: No.119 North Avenue, Cheng District, Yangquan, Shanxi, 045000, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.119 North Avenue, Cheng District, Yangquan.
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Travel Blogs from Yangquan

Ancient China is alive and well

A travel blog entry by roadthesilk on Oct 06, 2015

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... had the usual tower blocks of flats and power station. And for the first time we had a chance to get a sense of the infamous Chinese air pollution as for most of our stay the sky was grey and we saw that many old city houses still use coal for energy.

We are now at Xiahe, deep in China and near Tibet, however we haven't been able keep this updated. Stay tuned for what we did after Pingyao - the huge city of Xian and the Terracotta Army.


Yujiacun stone village

A travel blog entry by starlagurl on Apr 25, 2015

2 comments, 39 photos

... to Shijiazhuang, then another to the train station, which is new and not on my map. The next train to Jiaozuo was at 1:30 a.m. I reluctantly took it, even though there were no seats.

I found a little alley to eat weird things in, and then a bunch of people tried to talk tome as I wrote and tried to kill time by drinking a lot of beer and eating a lot of duck blood by accident.


Kung fu

A travel blog entry by coralee on Aug 05, 2013

5 photos

... there for 5 years. At the top was a statue of Darhma, who brought Buddhism to China. The hike was so hard with loads of steps but the view from the top really was worth it. I really liked the statue of Darhma at the top. That night we took the night train to Beijing, this time we got soft sleepers, which we so nice. There were only four beds in each room and we had a door we could shut and we could turn the lights off whenever we ...

Yangquan Travel Guide(Shanxi China)

A travel blog entry by china-landscape on Jul 30, 2012

... and cold dry winter. Additionally, winter and summer are longer whilst spring and autumn are shorter. As the weather can be rapidly changeable in autumn, temperature difference between the day and night is great.
♦When to Go: from April to October of a year
♦Niangzi Pass: Apart from the sites of old berm, the gate and the wall, this pass of the Great Wall also has a waterfall nearby which counteracts the ...

Day 18

A travel blog entry by mick.ashworth on Apr 11, 2012

Day 18 The day started with a bike ride around the Ancient City Walls of Xi'an, I rode for about 2 hours. Wasn't much to see but seeing the size and effort in building this Walled in City was. Next it was a small lunch and a few beers with a few games of pool before heading to the train station for an overnight trip to ...