Yunjincheng Minsu Hotel

No.56 West Street, Pingyao, Shanxi, 031100, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Pingyao

The Cradle of Red China

A travel blog entry by glassmerchant

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... with the crops and provide a colourful interlude by the road. There is corn, cabbages, onions, melons but no rice or wheat. Each little side valley is filled with crops. There are occasional glimpses of goats and sheep corralled on small ledges. Melons tumble down the sides of the terraces. We are heading for Lijiashan, a 550 year old village hugging a hillside set back from the Yellow River. There are 100's of cave ...

Pingyao

A travel blog entry by sammy_moore

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Woken by a tap from the ticket attendant, we hurried off the train to the very misty Pingyao. Alvaro was one step ahead of us on his travels so had given us directions to the wall, which enclosed a beautiful ancient city. Cobbled streets led the way passed many closed shops, restaurants and guesthouses with intricate Chinese architecture. We saw just a handful of people zooming past on their electric bikes or scurrying around cleaning their shop fronts. Electric ...

Pingyao and the Children

A travel blog entry by christinakrawec

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... know if she understood it all, but she smiled and nodded, which is usually what I revert to in times of uncertainty. Meanwhile, I was really hot in the sun and pulled out my parasol, sharing it with the middle school girl. The kids noticed this and ran over to their teachers and chaperones, giving me one of their fans. I thanked them, honored, in Chinese, and they were surprised and delighted that I could say that much. I was then inundated with gifts—a bottle ...

Time travel to ancient China

A travel blog entry by meilanni

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... over a big highway haha. And in the temple, there was almost no one! Very nice compared to the temples in Beijing.

That evening we went for dinner with a group of 7. Me and 6 Chinese, but they all spoke at least a little big English. It was very very nice food. And in that little restaurant (which was inside an alley and was just in a families home) was the most awesome and medieval toilet I ever used. Open air, low brick wall around it, hole in the ...

Mysteries of old Pingyao

A travel blog entry by jamella

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... to all of the museums over a 2 day period – we even managed to get student rates on our passes! We stayed for 2 nights in Pingyao which was enough time to visit a few of the more interesting temples and museums and walk the city walls. At night time the streets are lit with red lanterns with street stalls selling bbq chicken skewers and lots of amazing silk cuttings. It really is a lovely little city and we were sad to leave, although it was ...

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