Yunjincheng Minsu Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from Pingyao
... church in China. My faith in the One True Church of Rome was reinforced on two vital, theologically relevant counts- firstly the free entry, and secondly the fact that it's simply one big room, with a load of seats and a few statues, that can be savoured in five minutes or less.
Finally, after missing the two others standing in Beijing and Datong, whilst homeward bound, we found ourselves before the fabled Nine Dragon Wall. This consists of a ...
... of our problem, had Joseph on the phone,followed by a text message to say someone would be with us soon. A little later the manageress came to tell us someone was on their way. She also told us she had managed to get through to the railway management at the Pingyao station to let them know Greg had left his iPhone on his bunk on the train! We were just finishing breakfast when a very apologetic Johanna, our new guide arrived. She had brought ...
... A lovely Chinese boy introduced himself, first as a very complicated name but then told us we could just call him Chris- lol. He was a student, practising his English and thought we looked like we needed some guidance and also helped us to exchange our bus tickets for the next day. We waved goodbye to Chris and walked to the train station to get tickets to Xian for two days time, but you unfortunately need ID and Rach had kept her passport safe in the hostel. ...
... hand and the celebration afterwards. It was very traditional, and very beautiful.
Pingyao is China's best-preserved ancient walled town, It's the China we all think of, flights of fancy red lantern-hung lanes set against night-time silhouettes of imposing town walls, elegant courtyard architecture, ancient towers poking into the north China sky.
We got up on the city walls which date from 1370 and are 10m ...
... English, I think it's pretty obvious my driver's licence is not a student card. It looks way too official and has car symbols on the front and back. It seemed that the lady at the ticket booth thought so to, and after examining it for what felt like ages, said it wasn't a student ID. Undetered and wanting to save face, I carried on the lie by saying I was a motor mechanic student. She was having none of it and demanded full price. I pretended to be outraged and ...