Weihai Baohai Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... from my apartment. The square is a nice gathering place for families, with a decent amusement park and a structure that looks like a gigantic, somewhat squashed half-pipe. Tragically, nobody was skating on this structure, although many kids were scrambling or sliding on it.
There was even a little bronze statue of a skateboarder, as if to encourage people to bring their ...
Sunday brings day two in the beautiful city of Dalian. Luckily it is nice and sunny, as I need to carry my pack all day. I wanted to check out the north harbour in the morning before I had to check out of my hotel. As I walked up the street what I imagined came true, a nice patio to enjoy a big fat breakfast! Christina- I chanced upon a Maan Coffee location- excellent breakfast, a little pricey for China, but well worth it. Enjoyed the birds and the ...
... it after all! It was pretty quiet when I first arrived, which was totally cool. The best part about it was the food, I did drink one beer just to say I took part! Take a look at the pictures of the food, I had some really interesting stuff and picked up food to take back to my hotel for dinner. After being asked to be in a couple pictures I decided my time was up, exiting the park around 6:30 to poke around the harbour for a while before dark. ...
Arriving by Rail in Dalian, a beautiful coastal city. My train came in about 10 pm, I had a horrible sleep on Thursday night, so I was feeling pretty bagged. Not gonna lie the thought crossed my mind to hop a cab, but Bu Yao (no!) I knew I had written myself good directions and I am cheap, so off I went in the dark to find my bed for the weekend. Dalian is very alive at ...
Dad's 87th birthday and Graduation Ceremony at Dalian No 14 High School with Gary Timm's Wilfred Owen playet, Gavin's choir singing war songs, and then Gary's Cinderella in Boots which was hysterical. A great afternoon with really professional presentations from the school leavers.