Zi Yu Hotel

Address: No.7 Qingyuan West Street, Datong, Shanxi, China | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on No.7 Qingyuan West Street, Datong, is near Hanging Monastery, Nine Dragon Screen, Ying Xian Wooden Pagoda, and Mount Hengshan Scenic Spot.
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    Travel Blogs from Datong

    Seven Hours and Thirty Three Minutes

    A travel blog entry by mikejohnmallett on Oct 10, 2014

    3 comments, 5 photos

    ... simply no other options if we wanted to go to Datong. Even Sam was a bit in shock. "You pee right onto the tracks". In these hard sleepers, the beds are stacked three high. The bottom bunk is most desirable because you can sit or lie down. We had two bottom bunks and one middle bunk. On this class of train, they also book standing room. People buy standing room tickets in the hope that a bed or seat comes available and they ...

    Caves, smells and photoshoots

    A travel blog entry by marrre on Aug 11, 2013

    9 photos

    ... be in that many selfies in a day again. And so, the tourists become the attraction. How meta. The default dinner of ordering a bunch of different dishes and sharing brotherly and sisterly finally got a nice change, as there was time for a barbecue of leg-of-lamb. Carving the succulent meat straight from the still-roasting bones made for a fine eating, and it was nice to use knife and fork again, which, when the chips are down, are supierior to chopsticks. Or, you know, even ...

    Trans Mongolia, Leg 3, Ulaanbaatar to Beijing.

    A travel blog entry by fromthemill on Oct 13, 2012

    7 photos

    ... is that the compartment was almost as cold last night as our Ger, so nobody got a good nights sleep. Beijing doesn't feel like the end of a journey in any way, it's really a new beginning. From here on, we have no set agenda and no timescales. We have a 30 day visa for China and then, who knows? The feeling is so liberating and relaxing, the trans Europe-Russia-Asia commute is done, what do the next 11 months hold? We'll keep you ...

    Datong: the fast-paced changes of China

    A travel blog entry by rtwin9weeks on Mar 15, 2012

    9 photos

    Our first train ride started off eventfully, when we finally located where we should be on a packed train we found a fully grown man asleep in Anna's bunk. Once again our Mandarin skills let us down, so we got the attendant to politely kick him out of bed. For half the journey, until we reached the province capital, where most people got off, we were the main source of entertainment for a group of locals. Everything we did ...


    A travel blog entry by dion.maas on Oct 16, 2011

    32 photos

    ... be one of the best meals I had in China as plate after plate of the freshest and most delicious food (the veggies were gathered from the garden outside -which was part of what used to be the kids' playground) was put upon our table for us to devour. In the afternoon we spent considerable time at the awe-inspiring Yangang grottoes, ancient Buddhist caves where statues were carved out of the rock in the caves, before heading back to Datong.