Yungang Jianguo Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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... hauling coal and there are many, many coal fired power stations – I counted around 9 on the 6 hour drive. Because of this the air quality isn't good at all with a constant haze. We drove past the capital of the Shanxi province, Taiyuan which seemed to go on and on with apartment block after apartment block. At around 7pm we arrived at the ancient town of Pingyao. No cars are allowed in the town which is home to around 50,000 Chinese and ...
... so most of the large Buddhas now have windows that they look out of, it's quite funny to see. Many of the statues had holes in them, Nancy explained that the monks made the holes as they wanted to cover the sandstone statues in mud to protect them, when they first tried the mud just slipped off so they found that by putting pieces of wood into the statues the mud stuck on better, the monks then painted the mud. Some of the statues still ...
Buffet breakfast. Spot the westerners who opt for sausage, egg and bacon and steer clear of the noodles, beef in oyster sauce and other Chinese delights which look like the same meals we had for lunch yesterday. We taxi to the CITS office and join the excursion. First on the trip itinerary is the Yungang Grottos. Our tour guide, Joy, fills us in on the history on the way including some facts on Datong city. From what she says ...
... in de berg, de verticale pilaren die je in de foto ziet, waarvan je denkt dat het steunpilaren zijn, zijn puur optische illusie, gemaakt om toeristen zich helemaal veilig te laten voelen. Echt een indrukwekkend geheel. Dit was eigenlijk wel mijn afgelopen andere halve week. Morgen de trein van 13:40 (plaatselijke tijd) naar Beijing, waar ik ongeveer om 20:00 (plaatselijke tijd) zal arriveren. Wat is er nog over mijn enorme reis? 5 dagen Beijing, 2 ...
... Luckily the supporting pillars have been replaced but its still on the Times Magazeen's top ten list of most dangerious architecture!! it felt very high and very old even Dan was scaired of the hights there we were 5 pints of contact at all time being rushed on by the chinese who the hanging over the edge to get the best photos!! wow and origionally the river bed was alot lower as it has been ...