Yuelong Hotel

Address: No.5 Caochangcheng Street, Cheng District, Datong, Shanxi, 037005, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.5 Caochangcheng Street, Cheng District, Datong, is near Hanging Monastery, Nine Dragon Screen, Ying Xian Wooden Pagoda, and Mount Hengshan Scenic Spot.
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      Travel Blogs from Datong

      Caves, Crowds and Car Parks

      A travel blog entry by turas on Sep 30, 2014

      17 photos

      ... This combination, while providing a reliable source of carbohydrate and protein, comes with no condiments -not even butter- and only chopsticks for cutlery. Thus, cutting either item is a non-runner. The best sandwich one can fashion involves squashing the ovum with the length of the implements into a forced bisection, drilling an exploratory hole in the bread with the end of one, and attempting to cram the crumbled remnants inside the cavity. If you ever come to China, ...

      DaTong, Lanzhou, and Halloween

      A travel blog entry by alexandmarymac on Nov 11, 2013

      71 photos

      ... while he is not traveling. This is nice since he can ride his bicycle to work.

      The end of October was quickly approaching. Unfortunately, that also meant that my friend, Jessica's, leaving date was also quickly approaching! To celebrate her last night, we got a few friends all together to see the Chaoyang Young Acrobats Performance. It was unbelievable the talent of these young artists! While ...

      Datong - a reinvention

      A travel blog entry by silencespeaker on Apr 23, 2013

      ... to gaze at the gigantic statues. The guide explained that these were carved from the top down. The earlier dynasty created them standing, with eyes barely open, and only in stone. The later dynasty moved to buddhas in more sitting positions, eyes more open, hands in the variety of buddhist symbolic positions. This later dynasty drilled holes through the statues and inserted wooden beams, tied with silk ropes, and then covered the statues with clay. The ...

      The problem is Spam.

      A travel blog entry by yelkins on Sep 30, 2012

      37 photos

      ... Spam! We were pretty confident about not having any Spam on us as we walked through security. That was until my bag set off alarms and so did I. Not only had I forgotten to take off my belt but something was in my bag. I was sure I didn’t pack any Spam. To be honest I’m not really sure what Spam is. After being frisked by a rather tall Chinese woman I was then asked if they could search my bag. Obviously I had nothing to hide so I agreed. The ...

      The winding Alleys

      A travel blog entry by gearoids on Aug 25, 2011

      22 photos

      The night was a sleepless one. We had seats but the throngs standing seemed to talk all night. Loudly.
      Arriving early, we go look for a hotel to freshen up. On the way we meet a tour guide offering transport to the two sites we were heading to. After checking the bus costs we decided it was a good option and would join the tour.
      The bus left at nine and it afforded us a chance to catch up with some sleep.
      We awoke at the Hanging monastery. ...