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Getting close - flying out tomorrow!

I am seekiing advice on guides and drivers in the following cities. I have already been reading bios on Synotrip and The Beijinger and I have also spent some time reading the reports here.

I will usually need a car with driver as well as the guide for at least one full day, possibly more, in each of these cities. I don't want to pay a fortune, but I accept that I'll get what I pay for.

Shanghai
Suzhou
Beijing
Pingyao County (no guide, need a driver from Taiyuan Railway Station about mid-day via Jinci Temple, wait there and then continue to Pingyao).
Xi'An
Yangshuo

Advice of city-specific web-sites like The Beijinger would be much appreciated. Also, actual personal experiences, good or bad, would help a lot.

TIA, Alan
http://loraltravel.blogspot.com/

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