Dalian Beiliang Hotel
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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 ...
... lots of great photo ops and some interaction with the locals. I definitely wanted to hit the sightseeing tower today, which lies just south of the park. The easy way up the hill was on a ski-lift type of cable car, but with all my stuff and my rather expensive new camera I did not want to chance it, so I stared the walk, a 400m incline, that took me maybe 45 minutes-- in 32 degrees. Yep, definitely bit a big bite here, once at the top and ...
... over 20km in length). Also hosting the largest city square in the the world- Xinghai square (sea of stars). Saturday morning I slept in until 8am- yahoo, headed out to grab some breakie and take a few pics before I planned my adventures for the day, unfortunately I think we caught the end of that typhoon that hit Taiwan, as around 10:30 it started to rain. I grabbed an umbrella from a nearby department store, but eventually took cover under ...
... hot and a little smelly, steam pouring out of every grate on the road. I made my way to my hotel with no problems, not one wrong turn! Yayy! I arrived to find a great room with every disposable thing you could imagine- sewing kit, toothbrush and paste, comb and a whole host of lotions etc. As I mentioned quite late upon arrival, so had a nice bath and retired for the ...
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.