Yongshengyuan Inn

No.1 West Guojia Alley, Pingyao, Shanxi, 031100, China | Resort
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Travel Blogs from Pingyao

Ribena berry does not strike again ;-(

A travel blog entry by lilynomad


... feeling aggressively pressured to but things. I had my own extremely well travelled incense sticks from Beijing (yes have done the rounds) so just wanted to pray. After a very pushy woman being rude left me alone I finally managed to obtain my dedication plaque for dad which was tied to a beautiful fir tree!
We attempted to enter the theatre but were sent away so headed off for a walk around. I definitely think we headed into a section where tourists ...

Week 9

A travel blog entry by jackcondron


... leave until 16:30 and I didn't expect to be able to get very far on the road to Beijing. However we managed to complete over 358 miles, a lot was done in the dark which I have generally avoided so far but the roads were very good and it was very nice that Ellen was able to find and direct us to a hotel using her iPhone. Overall not an exciting day but did get lots of miles done and the car felt good.

We got up quiet early Monday, breakfast at ...

What do you expect.

A travel blog entry by oddfellow


I knew that this trip to China would be an interesting one. After all they have a culture that has developed independent of the west and can be easily traced back over 5000 years.
So I expected to come across a few things that could never be imagined.
Take the language for instance, I speak no Mandarin and most Chinese speak no English, there are 1.35 billion people here it was inevitable that some one was going to attempt to talk to us or we to them. I expected ...

Polluted Pingyao

A travel blog entry by shenanigans


Getting to Pingyao requires enduring a 12.5hr overnight train - no 1163 from Beijing Railway Station (not West, to whom it may concern). We manage to get the last 2 tickets on the train however they turn out to be on separate carriages and on 'hard sleeper' beds. Put simply, a hard sleeper is a carriage of 70 people allocated to triple bunks seperated by a table and little to no room to sit up in the bed. There are no seperate cabins, just a divider between every ...

Pingyao Walls

A travel blog entry by frawldog


... I was pretty scared doing it as once I started going up, I could not go back down. Luckily I didn’t fall and it all turned out alright. You can only walk around of the city walls. That is kind of a rip off, but I didn’t pay, so I guess it is not that big of a rip off. The walls are impressive. China has these walls everywhere and I think they are awesome. The city is very unique here. It is a ...

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