Why does it take longer to ping by hostname than by IP address?
The delay is caused by
ping trying to resolve the IP address back to a name1, by looking up
126.96.36.199.in-addr.arpa (reverse DNS).
Normally the reply (whether success or nxdomain) should be instant, but it could be that it wasn't cached by your ISP and the authoritative servers for
213.101.150.in-addr.arpa were having problems at that time.
It might also be caused by misconfiguration or just bugs in certain DNS servers. If you see this delay happening every single time, it might be that your DNS resolver isn't properly caching replies when it should (even negative replies are cacheable).
When using the
ping from iputils, add the
-n option to avoid reverse-DNS lookups.
1 It's a domain name or a host name, not an URL; it doesn't specify any particular protocol or resource.
http://google.com would be an URL.
http://188.8.131.52 would be an URL too.