Zhongshuyuan Inn

No.7 Dongnan Mentou Street, Pingyao, Shanxi, 031100, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Pingyao

Ribena berry does not strike again ;-(

A travel blog entry by lilynomad


... regarding the unpunctual taxi! Said our farewells and after changing into warm jeans and 'sensible' shoes we headed off. First i wanted to do a reckie of the nearest wall and what we found was pretty cool: old carts, remains of the original cart tracks worn into the stone, and best of all 3 very cool men! And when I say cool I mean bleedin freezing. I call them 'brass monkeys' and I guess of you will get my drift.
Whilst waiting to leave we experienced ...

Week 9

A travel blog entry by jackcondron


... me and offered to help. She was great, dashing about all these offices, getting different bits sorted, all leaving my mind in a spin and happy she was there because I would have stood no chance otherwise. The only bit that soured the experience was the bill at the end, I was expecting to be paying money but not a months worth of Mongolian wages. I would have been stuck without her help and generally it wasn't a huge amount of money for 4 hours work ...

One day in Pingyao-Ancient city of China

A travel blog entry by reinapaul


... the smell of fried bakery. I gave their version of a cinnamon doughnut a try which I later learnt was only delicious when hot and fresh :)

Again (like most towns on China), the city centre is boarded by a city wall with the difference that by night these cobbled streets are lit with red lanterns. Our time here was mainly to unwind after our busy time in Xian and used the city as a pit stop on ...

A Happy tourist town

A travel blog entry by silencespeaker

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The city has a main street which is really the shopping district for tourists. Wood carcvings, paper cutouts, jewelry, clothing, antiques - all at ridiculous prices (from our perspective) and all can be bargained down further. We bought a wood carving that Tradewinds might have sold for a hundred. We paid a small fraction of that. We hope to do more shopping tomorrow.

This town is known for ...

Last day in Beijing and a hard seat to Pingyao

A travel blog entry by grainofsand


... to work harder in your own job now that you could feel the commitment of the ancient Chinese to theirs' - however, all we saw were lots of little rooms filled with wooden tables and chairs!

Pingyao is a cute little place, but considering how small it is we managed to get lost a number of times! We're both sure some of the shops and restaurants move when you're not looking! a nice relaxing few days though to recover from the Beijing ...



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