Qingdao Haiqing Hotel
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... washed in some time and the very friendly Chinese tour guide (who felt he had to talk the whole time) had not been schooled in the proper use of the PA system. IT was cranked up so loud I had to hold my hands over my ears and adding to our discomfort, the guide spoke directly into the mike over-driving the amplifier to the point of distorting everything he said. This was almost as bad as Chinese water torcher! Approximately ...
... give it some thought. Thanks for asking.
On Oct 9th Flo asked if we had visited Nagasaki ground zero. Sorry Flo but there just wasn’t time. I regret not being able to now though.
On Oct 12, June asked if the picture I took coming through the Inchon Locks was morning or evening. June it was on arrival in the morning. The next day we left the harbor just as the sun was setting in the South China Sea and at one point there was ...
... village, it was given to the German’s as compensation for the murder of two German missionaries. The German’s built many European-style buildings including Ying Binguan, the German Governor’s Residence. The mansion is filled with century old artifacts and furniture.
The Japanese seized the city in 1914, but the German influence remains with the development of the beer industry being the most important aspect.
... 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.
The weather has been right beaut this week in Qingdao and I've had a pretty busy week. I Climbed Fu Shan, one of the mountains around Qingdao, wandered through Zhongshan Park, flew a kite at May Fourth square and even had time to go on a three person bike. What do you call that? A triodum? Anyway it was pretty funny. I also went on my first night out ...