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... game with either of them. We also made a Chinese friend on the
train, the lady that was sitting in our section of seats spoke really good English
so we invited her to play cards and asked her about her life and china and such…
she was really nice and wanted to add us on WeChat so that if we ever come to
her city she can show us around.
Like most of china, Qingdao was also under a lot of
construction but the city itself was ...
The five star hotel in Qingdao was right on the beach, with great views of both the mountains and the sea. When you are living out of a suitcase moving from city to city not being able to use a kitchen, the meals that you are provided become really important, the breakfast buffet in this hotel was absolutely incredible, I ate crispy bacon, baked beans, poached eggs with fresh watermelon juice every morning! The evening buffet was equally ...
... 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 ...
... 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.
We opted ...
... of German settlers during the late 1800's. In fact, the beer here is well known since it was part of the German heritage – we tried some and it is very good!
Again we had a glorious weather day. We didn’t spend much time exploring the city, though we walked along the business district and discovered a very quaint long alley full of street food vendors barbequing squid, ...