Qingdao Jieshen Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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As we had the first week off before beginning teaching,
Adrian, Christian, Katrin and I thought that it shouldn’t be wasted so we
packed up our bags and set off for Qingdao which is one of Shandong’s more
touristy destinations. Its also on the coast so theres was a beach there too.
Due to the fact that we currently live in the middle of
nowhere Adrian and I caught the town bus to Weifang and then met Christian and
Katrin at ...
... know how very difficult it was for me not to steal him and have an adopted asian tour baby!) Every morning I would walk to wok via the beach front and do the same on the way back with a beer in hand. I also watched the sunrise on the beach a handful of times, swam in the sea and listened to music by sunset with a picnic blanket and western food treats brought from the international supermarket!! All in all an incredible ...
... 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 ...
... and mystery meats on a stick. Many locals were having lunch there and it made for a great people watching experience.
We’ll be at sea tonight and tomorrow, arriving in Shanghai at 9 p.m. tomorrow evening.
We like to take the galley (kitchen) tour when offered and always learn something new. Today we learned that over 100 people work in the galley and ...
... of doing it. So I'm getting on alright.
My vegetarianism has gone out the window pretty much as the Chinese don't seem to do veggie options, or at least I don't have the vocab to ask for it. They bloomin love meat here. I walked past a stall at a food fair the other day and I could swear that they were selling all meat hotdogs, as in the bun was made of meat as well. ...