Hotel Ibis Qingdao Huangdao
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... hotel haha we
had dinner at a Korean place which was really nice and then walked around for a
while. We didn’t stay up too late because all of us were tired from walking
around all day.
We survived the night and didn’t get mugged or murdered in
our sleep, the bed was even comfier than my bed back at the apartment. All in
all the trip was really good. Tomorrow we will probably just head back and get
ready for our first day at school. ...
... 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, ...
... is going to keep us very busy during our 24 hours in Macau. Thanks for asking.
On Sept 22nd My good friend and coffee mate asked the we say hi to Debbie Bacon, who performs nightly in the Piano bar. Mike and Jeannie, you will be pleased to know that Debbie just received her 10 year pen for service to HAL. She has quite and evening following.
On Sept 28th The Wagners who cruised with us to the “Top of The ...
... a way! Don and I left Bruce and Jennie on a street corner and with the help of a card the ship had provided we found our way to an ATM. The Bank of China machine was located on a street corner inside a telephone booth sized room. Once inside, the door locked for security. It took my card with no problem, but only dispensed 100 yuan at a time. I had Don squeeze into the booth with me to assist as I had to withdraw money 16 times to get enough for ...
Qingdao (pronounced "Zhing Dow") is a mixture of old of new. Old Qingdao is dirty and gritty. The new city is clean and shiny since it was built for the sailing events of the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing and it has many new skyscrapers. This is also an important Chinese Navy port - five submarines and various other ships were in port with us.
This area also has an ...