Yungang International Hotel

Address: No.38 Qingyuan Street, Datong, Shanxi, 037004, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Downtown area of 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


    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Sep 05, 2015

    4 photos

    ... Nescafe caramel latte, not realizing it only had four envelopes [16Y] but should be nice as a tonic if nothing else.

    Off to find a lunch place. I spied one with a black and gold front which Peta thought was fine. There was no English and our Mandarin is a bit suspect. I was rather hopeless but Trav got things somehow sorted out. We were having a version of a hot pot. Food bits after food bits came out. The tripe was not a big ...

    Delightful Datong

    A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Apr 06, 2015

    33 photos

    ... We learned as we were about to head to the highest part of the temple that Mary was actually deathly afraid of heights so she politely bowed out but told us to take our time and enjoy everything, she was headed back to solid ground. Too funny! After a couple more laps around the temples and several dozen more photos we finally followed Mary’s lead and headed back to the parking lot.

    Before we reached Pingyao we made one more detour to visit the ...

    Caves, Crowds and Car Parks

    A travel blog entry by turas on Sep 30, 2014

    22 photos

    ... a souvenir shop, and was unconditionally handed the equivalent of about €5 by his phone fixated father; his coup de grace of petulance arose from the vending of religious icons and paraphernalia only, rather than, one assumes, lard.
    The aghast stares of onlookers were blatant. Yet throughout this tour de force of tantrum, only his grandmother, after the assault, meted out any form of discipline, which fell tragically short of disembowelment. 'Ere the currents ...

    Shanxi: Part One

    A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Nov 03, 2013

    125 photos

    ... before we entered the door. Victoria begged the guys to give us a minute to get things, but they did not care. So, we walked back to the hotel.

    Day Two (October 28) (Monday)

    I got up and packed my bags before getting on the bus. We drove to Hongou Village. At a pit stop before the village, Eileen and I got noodles from a street vendor. We then sat down next to a stranger. The stranger turned out to be a local guy and he spoke ...

    Yungang Grottoes(Datong China)

    A travel blog entry by china-landscape on Jul 23, 2012

    ... pillar, and on the east, south and west walls of the cave, 33 embossed panels depict the story of Saykamuni.
    ♦Caves worth special attention are No.16, 17, 18, 19, and 20. Upon Tan Yao's suggestion, five statues of Emperors Taizu, Taizong, Shizu, Gaozong, and Gaozu as Buddha express the religious theme that the Emperor is Buddha. Caves housing these statues ...