Yunfengshuyuan Hotel

Address: Mianshan Scenic Area, Jiexiu, Shanxi, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Mianshan Scenic Area, Jiexiu.
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Travel Blogs from Jiexiu

Pingyao Attractions (Shanxi China)

A travel blog entry by china-landscape on Jul 18, 2012

... main hall. It is one of the three oldest wood buildings in China.
♦What's more, most of the famous residences in Shanxi are clustered around Pingyao. About 40 kilometers (24.9 miles) to the north of Pingyao lies the famous Qiao's Compound which boasts a unique layout and various delicate carvings. Another one is the Wang's Compound which is about 35 kilometers (22 miles) to ...


A travel blog entry by tonyclarke49 on Apr 27, 2012

Arrived 5.30am at station and picked up and taken to hostel that was in a very old multi courtyarded building as are most of the buildings in the town, having originally belonged to rich merchants and where the first bank in China started. Room not ready so went for ...

Saying Cheese in Chinese

A travel blog entry by mikeandsheila on Sep 23, 2011

1 comment, 67 photos

... nothing at all. Eventually we have to discipline Chelly, get her to shut up and sort out the ordering ourselves - all without actually offending the well-meaning girl. Luckily we manage to get the beer orders in without difficulty and the whole chaotic experience is one of laughter and shouting and merriment.

The rest of our time in Ping Yao is spent wandering the streets and I hire also a bicycle for an hour or so to explore deeper into the old streets. That evening, Renato ...

We get to live in ancient China, for a weekend...

A travel blog entry by kateandjohn on May 03, 2011

1 comment, 96 photos

... us. Ian describes it as his rock star moments. The town core has no cars, so we are insulated from endless honking, but working our way through the crowds is tiring. As noon was approaching we diverted from the main street into a smaller lane to make our way to the north gate. Different gates are designated as ‘up’ or ‘down’ access to the wall, and wanted the north for its ‘up’. The stone building lined lanes yield numerous glimpses into ...

Mianshan Mountain

A travel blog entry by mar-2011 on Apr 17, 2011

6 comments, 10 photos

... way through the evening, but we sort of figured it out. A 20-minute train to Jiexiu and then supposedly a bus to the mountain. Only there was no bus to be found and no one spoke any English. Not even our sign language could help us (I now know that the word which sounds like mayo means 'no more'). So after 30 minutes of desperate trying we gave up and took a taxi.

The taxi ride From Jiexiu to Mianshan was a story on its own: the driver tried ...