Tiwy.com > Countries > China > 2014 > Pingyao > Juguangju Hotel

Pingyao: Juguangju Hotel (居广居宾馆 - jūguǎngjū bīnguǎn )

Rem Sapozhnikov / April 2014

Pingyao - subsections:
» Pingyao (8)
» Old Town of Pingyao (29)
» The city wall (35)
» Shuanglin Temple (10)
» Qiao's Family Compound (44)
» Street scenes (27)
» Juguangju Hotel (19)
» Railway station (12)
» Train Pingyao-Linfen (36)
I selected the hotel in Pingyao, as in Taiyuan, for close location to the train station. Accommodation with breakfast cost 168 yuan per day (990 roubles or 27 USD). In my overall experience, it was the most successful hotel during my trip. However, it also turned out to be the cheapest one.



By the hotel. Its building is the best in this part of the town.

























From the corridor window one can see walls of the Old Town.




That is how the hotel looks like from the far southern section of the town wall.
This means that from half of the hotel rooms you can see the Old Town.




Ban on smoking in public places came into force in China in 2011, but stubborn smokers do not want to change their habits. One morning in the hotel dining room, this man with a cigarette in his mouth quietly put his own food.



















Right in front of the hotel there is a wonderful supermarket, which is very convenient.




At the supermarket, I bought a dragon fruit the size of a book.





Continuation of the story >>>>>   Pingyao: Railway station







  2014:    
» Preparation   » Route of my trip
» Taiyuan
» Pingyao
» Mianshan
» Linfen
» Huashan
» Luoyang
» Handan
» Beijing

Pingyao - subsections:
» Pingyao (8)
» Old Town of Pingyao (29)
» The city wall (35)
» Shuanglin Temple (10)
» Qiao's Family Compound (44)
» Street scenes (27)
» Juguangju Hotel (19)
» Railway station (12)
» Train Pingyao-Linfen (36)

© Rem Sapozhnikov, 2014 - <e-mail>
Using of these photos on the Internet is permitted only with the textual hyperlink to the site www.Tiwy.com
It's not necessary to inform the webmaster of this site about that.
Using of these photos in printed editions or TV without the written permission of the author is prohibited.
You can print a copy for yourself, but not for further reproduction or sale.