Yu Feng Heng Hotel

No.33 Chenghuangmiao Street, Gutao Town, Pingyao, Shanxi, 031100, China | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on No.33 Chenghuangmiao Street, Gutao Town, Pingyao, is near Qiao's Family Compound (Qiao Jia Dayuan), City Wall of Pingyao, Wang's Family Compound (Wang Jia Dayuan), and Temple of the City God.
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    Travel Blogs from Pingyao

    People, Puppies, Pingyao

    A travel blog entry by mikejohnmallett on Oct 09, 2014

    2 comments, 18 photos

    Today the plan was to hop on a high speed train to a little town (pop - 0.5 million) called Pingyao. When we tried to get in the subway station at Xi'an, we were stopped by security. The problem occurred after scanning Sam's suitcase. We had no idea what the problem was until one member of security pulled out his language converter. "Have gun, mean trouble"...is what read on the conversion app of his smart phone. Initially I was very upset with ...

    Ping Yao...first financial centre

    A travel blog entry by glassmerchant on Jul 02, 2014

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    ... is famed as being the town where the first bank in China was established. A merchant here provided the first cheques which allowed traders to avoid the dangerous task of moving money between towns. The bank buildings are intact and provided an insight to the early commercial dealings in China. Pingyao also had a number of bodyguard agencies which provided protection to merchants moving goods between towns, an early version ...

    Pingyao and the Children

    A travel blog entry by christinakrawec on Jul 03, 2013

    99 photos

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    A little boy then asked something in Chinese, and I needed a translation: “How did you come here?”

    Chen Yao, one of my friends from our group and a Beida student, answered that one for me because I definitely couldn’t get my point across to them in English.

    The children ran around excitedly at hearing my responses, and I wished I could talk with ...

    Time travel to ancient China

    A travel blog entry by meilanni on Apr 11, 2013

    56 photos

    ... beer, which was really nice:D In the restaurant I found out the Chinese way of communication. Me and Jiaming used the internet, which we thought was free, but later we found out that it costed 10Y per hour. Which is for China expensive. So Jiaming got in conversation with a girl who worked there. And they started yelling and shouting Chinese to each other, and that went on for quite some minutes. And Jiaming who was a very calm guy kept yelling back. After a ...

    4 Nights in the Best Ancient Walled City in China

    A travel blog entry by michellendave on Sep 19, 2011

    88 photos

    ... city walls that date to 640 years ago. The wall is 10 meters high and more than 6 kilometers in circumference and punctuated with 72 watchtowers. The fantastic city gates are some of the best preserved, and most authentic, in China. We rode a few short blocks within the wall and reached a barrier that prevents vehicles from going further. From there, it is the core of the ancient city and only pedestrian and bicycle traffic is ...