Delight Hotel Dalian
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... historic sites, but it was the weekend of the mid-autumn festival and I feared that if I managed to get a bus seat down there I would never be able to fight my way back through the crowds. So I spent the two days instead walking along Dalian's famous coastal "boardwalk," which prides itself in being the longest boardwalk in the world, stretching for about 21 km along the coast south of the ...
... 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 ...
... 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. ...
... 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.