Holiday Inn Express Tianjin Binhai
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... to cook an amazing Christmas dinner with 3 ducks, chickens, mince pies, chocolate cake galore. All this was followed by secret santa, I was given an I LOVE BJ Tshirt, whoeverit was knows how much I love Beijing. In the evning when we were well stuffed and knackered we even had a Christmas themed quiz. It was great! ...
... China has spent at least a billion dollars in port infrastructure. An entirely new terminal complete with an eight lane highway was constructed to the nearest city; Tanggu. Upon arrival, it took some time for the port officials to clear the ship so guests could depart on their overnight trips into Beijing. This process was additionally hampered as only one official was present on the pier to check everyone’s papers. The rest of the port officials ...
... area of the city.
The shopping district was full of little trinket shops selling little Chinese souveniers and even Candy floss! After a while we decided to get something to eat so we found an overpriced resturant (for Chinese prices) and ordered something blind off the menu as none of us could read Chinese. It tasted rank.
Across the street from the shopping district was a random tank which we decided to play on for a ...
... who had the task of picking me up and driving me to my hotel about 20km away from the train station. EJ was waiting exactly as planned, and as we talked about the Eco-Park and Qingdao in general, his driver sped through the city and through a 7.5km tunnel under the heads of the city's large bay.
I was dropped off at my hotel at about 11pm, and got to bed at about midnight. What was a huge day was very good and ran perfectly to ...
I was quite surprised to see Bread Talk setting up camp here. There wasn't a single customer inside and their pastries are pretty expensive even in China!
If you enjoy admiring the intricate designs of Colonial ...