Beihai Hotel Qingdao
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... station. Thankfully Christian did mandarin at school so his
language skills are much much better than ours and he was able to get us
tickets. As we bought the cheapest tickets we could get I was expecting very
uncomfortable, hard seats and being squished in with hundreds of Chinese people.
But the gods were kind and the train was much better than I was expecting…. Unlike
our trains at home, the trains here are arranged in groups of six or ...
... and beer for about £1.20 per head! This is also where I made friends with Ren (the 2 year old) Tumama (his toy bunny rabbit) and his parents who spoke minimal english, they were just adorable visiting from Guangzhou for a family holiday. I now have penpals in Guangzhou and they have invited me to stay whenever i wish, Ren also started calling me sister, and frequently sends me Voice Memos, telling me he misses me! (anyone who knows ...
... of a large harbor crane in front of this huge orang ball, looked for a split second that it was just going to hold it there forever.
On Oct 14th Flo asked “Why all the ducks in the mall?” What ducks J Oh yeah!
On Oct 14th June asked if we had had bad seas in the Gulf of Alaska in 2007 – yes we did June, I remember one woman on that cruise was so seasick she was ready to “abandon ship” in ...
... we were stuck.
We had a tasting of the raw beer and special beer nuts, and then we found the interactive activities. There were several games to play testing one’s knowledge of the beer industry. The highlight was the drunken house. Upon entering the beer bottled shaped doorway, the path took a short but steep decline and began to sway to illustrate how one feels when drunk. The person trying to walk through the house can be ...
... 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, ...