Yaxiang Jinling Hotel Luoyang
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TravelPod Member ReviewsYaxiang Jinling Hotel Luoyang
The hotel has an unusual space theme to it. Rooms are good and the breakfast had a good range including some western style dishes.
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Continuing with my food blog the breakfast today was, well let's just say, very ethnic. The only thing that I could recognise as traditional breakfast fare was the bread for the toaster. Well as they say 'when in Rome do as the Romans do', so Deb had rice and a steamed bun and I had the tomato and egg stir fry. However I think I am a bit of a …
... we need. It is a far cry from the Communist party hacks we had as tour guides last time we were here. Cities here are immense – Hong Kong, Guilin, Chengdu, Xian, Luoyang – 7 million here, 14 million there, 9 million over there. We see close to a thousand 40-story office and apartment buildings going up in our travels and our guides tell us that everything we see – airports, train stations, cities, highways – ...
... for these instruments of destruction, we did not see them, or were unable to understand them. We had big fireworks, firecrackers, bottle rockets, and sticks you light on fire that shoot out whistling flames.
Fireworks and firecrackers are not uncommon in China. If there is a wedding, they will go off. If there is a store opening, they will go off. If someone moves into a new apartment, they will go off. In fact, I hear them every ...
First, I am going to answer some questions I've received via the comments sections on other posts.
Did you finally get the right hair conditioner?
I did not manage to purchase the conditioner myself, but Chris was finally able to. True to form, the sales girls tried to sell him some outrageously expensive conditioner before he found anything reasonably priced, but in the end he did find it. Now my hair can be luscious and shiny ...
... It cost me 10 yuan (about $1:60) for two delicious bowls of freshly made beef noodles. She needs to get a bit wiser as to the best places to choose to pay for my meals. Next stop was home to check out the door. It opened first time. Jenny reckons someone has tampered with the door and has come back and fixed it while she was chasing after me. Her latest thought is that maybe she was trying to open the wrong door and was only on the 4th floor.