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Pingyao

A really interesting place, it's like a mini chinese temple city walled within a city………very traditional & pretty, but actually not much to see or do other than enjoy the surroundings. Which we did. Even our hostel was very traditional, as they all seemed to be, and had a central 'courtyard'...

permalink written by  mich_and_dan_moors on July 10, 2011 from Pingyao, China
from the travel blog: mich_and_dan_moors's Travel Blog



Finding Old China

China is a challenge. If Japan were the immaculate, sleepy village in the south of France, China would be the loudmouthed, gum smacking American tourist terrorizing it’s streets. Arriving directly from Japan, the contrast is absolutely shocking. When on a train in Japan, the Japanese...

permalink written by  Kevin Naughton on March 30, 2009 from Pingyao, China
from the travel blog: Around the World 2009



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Pingyao (平遥; Píngyáo)is a small city whose old town is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. [edit] Get in Pingyao has no airport. The closest major city is Taiyuan, two hours by train to the northwest. You can catch a train to here from Wuhan, Chengdu, Zhengzhou, and Beijing. All of these...

permalink written by  garisti on May 1, 2008 from Pingyao, China
from the travel blog: Viaje por Asia



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