Gloria Plaza Airport Hotel Qingdao
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and we were pretty close to
walking straight back out again when the “owner” (who looked like a prostitute)
came out to greet us. Although it was very scary we asked about the prices for
the rooms anyway… and they were very cheap. It was 98 yuan per room for one
night which was perfect because if we shared it worked out to be less than 50
yuan each (which is like less than $20 Australian) and they had free wifi haha
so we ...
... seafood is the speciality in Qingdao (and beer, Tsingtao!- but thats another story!). I tried oysters, muscles, clams, cockles, sea snails, octopus, and loved all of them, who knew i wasn't that fussy after all! Managed to spend couple days sight seeing before starting work, Qingdao is very pleasant, it is the home of Tsingtao beer, and it is sold everywhere. There is a street called Beer street, where you can buy a BAG of beer for 30Yuan, ...
... and for future days. Finally we made it back to the Museum and completed our mission.
Then we repeated the Taxi process and connected with the bus shuttle back to the ship. Though only three cruise ships a year stop at the port, they are catching on to encouraging the western tourist. The shuttle drop-off point was in front of Qingdao Art Shop on a road with lots of other more expensive furniture and art stores. The city provided ...
... are 125 service staff (waiters, sommeliers, etc). They are all trying to keep the 1,300 passengers happy and they succeed! An average week’s consumption will include over 18,000 eggs, 16,000 lbs of meat, poultry and seafood, 12,500 lbs of vegetables and 2,000+ bottles of wine and champagne. Quite the grocery shopping list! We are doing our best to eat and drink our fair share.
... House’, but after seeing hundreds of red lanterns in the space of twenty minutes, the likelihood of finding the right hotel was beginning to look very slim. Consumed with panic and at the brink of tears, I decided to get on the train to Beijing and hope for the best. There were only First Class carriages left on the high speed train to Beijing. Luckily, I had forgotten to check the currency ...