Housing International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Again thanks for all your comments – we truly wish you could all be traveling with us in person.
On one final note: Yesterday was the first day that Techspert Craig covered the “iPad and iPhone basics” in the Digital Workshop. Both classes were standing room only with the afternoon one “standing room only plus” I couldn’t even peak through the door. IT was a great workshop with some very informative ...
... the outside. People watching through the viewing window found the journey quite humorous. It reminded me of why I don’t drink much anymore
The next step was the gift shop, where we discovered that the western tourists are still new to the area. Credit cards are not accepted and most of us did not have enough yuan to shop. The store could have sold out if they had just accepted credit cards. But have no fear, where there is a will ...
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 ...
... with my Russian pals. It turns out if you're a woman or foreign here you'll never have to pay for a drink so I was quids in as I tick both of this boxes. The bars were nothing all that special but I spent no money all night which is pretty great. I'm also getting pretty adept with chopsticks. I ate a big fat scotch pancake style thing with them the other day, winner. ...
... Yuan, making this amount far softer on the palate. Five hours of almost luxury, almost regular class on a Virgin train, my nerves were soothed enough to problem solve. With a great sense of relief, I remembered that my mum was bringing her phone with her and she had kept the same number for at least the past decade. If I had somehow known that her phone would be switched off, I would have had a heart ...