Yungang Jianguo Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Travel Blogs from Datong
... to the terminus, just like my book said. Unfortunately, the next bus wasn't there.
Luckily, I had recently seen bus #3, so I walked back about 1 km and caught it. That's the one that went to the caves.
The caves were really fantastic and definitely worth the trip. There were 40 caves but most of them were inaccessible, due to renovations I guess. The wind has really worn the structures down a lot. It's too bad, but what ...
... social status simply have the right to more space and the right to proceed first. Interestingly, this does not anger those of lower social standing. Peasants know and accept their status. Almost as if centuries of empirical rule have whipped the people into shape. Louise and I both enjoyed speaking with this man (Sam watched dodgeball). It helped the 7 hours and 33 minutes go by just a little faster. Crossing the river of ...
... the city. The streets were lined with skyscraping apartment blocks (a considerable amount appearing empty), and yet again another 'small' Chinese city stretched before us with a population of only 6 million!
Once we arrived at our basic but comfortable hotel we wondered what exactly should we do here?! The availability of decent WiFi kept us occupied until the tummies rumbled. We then ventured out alone to sample the local cuisine which would become an ...
... I know sounds awful, but it's actually pretty cool.
I'm travelling in group also in their mid twenties, theres lots of different stops along the way where you stay a couple days and they get you into all these awesome activities like horse riding and tourist stuff but theres no guide, just a local or "honcho" in each place that shows you around and suggests stuff but let's you do your own thing. And ...
... of the carriage next to a huge balding man. Normally this wouldn’t have been a problem but the fact that he was watching a Chinese movie that was all about kicking some English ass, I was a tad scared. Every time a body hit the floor in his film he would look up at me as if to say I’m next. Lucky for me that our train ride to Beijing was only an hour so as soon as we stopped I bolted off that train. Outside the station we hopped straight onto the metro ...