Kempinski Hotel Dalian
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... felt like I would be 'teaching my grandmother to suck eggs'! Stefan had also delivered a CPD on 'Differentiation' last year and had said to me several times that I should be careful not to cover what he had covered - ...!
I wrote the CPD and included lots of tips for both differentiation and plenaries. I spoke about the need for getting to know the students (starting with new classes in September) and worried that I ...
... is surrounded by exotic buildings and the lights are in the shape of acacia flowers which is the city flower. The city is famous for its Police horses which are all ridden by women. There is a sculpture to them in the square. There is also a massive horizontal sculpture which goes up at the sides. Like eveyone else we had to walk up to the top but it was much steeper than it looked. After a walk round the square ...
... as you can see in the photos is world class. The stage is massive and the back stage area would be at least 5 times the stage space. The full fly tower was able to store our entire sound shell which was in the early stages of being flown back up into the ceiling as we packed down the stage. Truly state of the art and a pleasure to play in for our first gig on Chinese soil. The audience was a fair size (approx. 250) - they had paid between NZ$25 and ...
... and headed straight for beer! You will have seen the pictures of us in the German style beer garden drinking imported European Beer - a bit strange when you're in China but hey - this is a Brass Band after all. Dinner options were many and varied. The hotel's revolving restaurant serves a full buffet with ALL YOU CAN DRINK BEER for NZ$13 so a number of the band ...
... that specializes on rice. The night is still young so we decide to visit a night market next to our hotel, and we still keep buying food, like mutton sate and some oysters. Not a good decision as after eating oysters on the street one of our friends is poisoned and cannot join the convoy so they take train to reach the next city called Shen Yang, 508 km from Dalian.