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

We're famous!!!

A travel blog entry by chrisandhana on May 01, 2012

1 comment, 15 photos

... guesthouses here, one with a traditional bed which was the width of the room (maybe the size of two king beds next to each other) and the other which was really cheap and when we checked in she told us had been fully booked prior to our booked, where we got a cell-like room on the top storey by ourselves which was lovely and quiet with a little window showing just how thick the walls were.

Today we headed to some attractions outside of town, ...

Saying Cheese in Chinese

A travel blog entry by mikeandsheila on Sep 23, 2011

1 comment, 67 photos

... s still dark when we leave the train but we are overjoyed to see a guy outside the station holding a Harmony Guesthouse sign. He loads us into a motorised rickshaw and we proceed to rattle through the dark, empty streets of Ping Yao.

Ping Yao itself is a unique city in China and is one of the Lonely Planet's top choices to see. The reason is that it is a medieval walled city, over 700 years old, and still in its basic, original condition within the walls, despite being ...

Raise the red lantern!

A travel blog entry by dashagirl on May 03, 2011

26 photos

... the old city wall still intact. It was the Labor Day holiday; thus there were tons of tourists. The amount of horn-honking was out of control. I wish I had had earplugs. However, with all the tourists we were treated like movie stars. I have been photographed and hollered at a lot here, but Ping Yao and Ian (Kate’s brother) took it to a whole new level! John even got asked for his signature. Tiring as it was, we had an awesome time. The first night we ...

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 ...

Shanxi - Life On A Bus (Part 3 of 3)

A travel blog entry by emilywemhoff on Sep 12, 2010

2 comments, 55 photos

... run a toll gate. One of our coordinators told us that the trucks go through one at a time to get weighed. If they are overweight, they have to pay a fine, which takes some time process. I believe this is how it is every day. You would think they could come up with a better system. Of course, 4 out of the 5 lanes to go through at the toll gate were closed, leaving one gate open for an 80 kilometer traffic jam to go through. ...