Yunjincheng Minsu Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... staring with curiosity at these 'round eyes' dining. Our guide, Yoyo, stayed somewhere else in Pingyao and she told us that outside the tourist season she interprets for foreign couples who come to China to adopt a child. In the morning she met us and took us on a tour of the town where no cars are allowed, but you have to be aware of the occasional electric golf cart, bicycle and scooter. The first place she took us to was the site of the ...
... like dog food. This probably wasn't the best idea as the dogs followed us towards the city exit and main road as if we were the pied pipers. They luckily turned back just in time. We returned to our favourite skewer restaurant as they actually have tasty vegetarian food, which im struggling to find in China. They also had chicken feet, with pointy claws, that Sergei happily tucked in to.
We said goodbye to our final evening in Pingyao and fed the last ...
... a big manor house in the country as I was a bit confused by it - still not sure why it was so famous/an attraction.
The second one was cool though as it was an underground castle so we got to go underground and walk around all the tunnels and see the hideaways and ...
... Greg and Bruce's niece and nephew Cuan and Erin. It was great to see them again and it was good to spend time with everyone together. For the rest of the week we pottered around spending time with Lily and Yule making the most of being able to relax and being able to stay in one place. It was great to help ourselves to food and endless tea and coffee, a real pleasure after being on the road for such a long time! (Thank you again Vern and Yule! ) On the Thursday Bruce's mum ...
... in the streets take it away from Disneyland-territory, though we did feel like Tin Tin in the Blue Lotus at times. The place retains its charm by keeping anything that can be considered modern [read 'ugly'] outside the city walls - mobile phone shops, big supermarkets and all but a handful of cars. One ticket gives you entrance to all the attactions/attractive buildings for 3 days. There is the option of hiring a bicycle to get around but given that it ...