Furama Hotel Dalian
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... just looking out over the ocean to the south and imagining nervous Russian soldiers doing so 110 years ago.
Periodically along the route there are wooden signs, in Chinese and English, extolling the virtues of walking as exercise and a way to combat aging. These signs are full of pseudo-scientific jargon and quote numerous "foreign studies" on the matter, as if Chinese ...
... that I was nice and early- as the campus gates lock at 10pm, so I had to make sure I make my train home. Great train ride back, as it was still light outside, so I was able to see much of the country side, mostly agriculture and farm country--great views!!! Even at the speed (305km/hr)-- the crazy part was passing another 30 car train took less then 2 seconds! A very successful weekend, arriving home pretty bagged, but ready to start my next week of ...
In 2006 Dalian was named China's most livable city and I can see why. With a long history of foreign control including British, Russian and Japanese-- China regaining control in 1950. Naturally, there is a mixed bag of architecture and people here. Dalian is the second biggest city in the province of Liaoning (next to ShenYang). To some Dalian is known as the city of squares, with multiple well tended parks and reportedly the longest boardwalk ...
... 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.