Shuangzhu Lanwan Hotel
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... the Chinese Art community is alive and well, producing many excellent works of art. But even if Art isn't your thing the trail along the coast of Qingdao should be near the top of the list. It begins in Old Town and meanders over 27 km's to the end of Shilaoren beach in distant Laoshan.
After many days of touring most of Tsingdao I will say this....
The air pollution is foul ...
... had to make Tsingtao into the brand that it is today (I bet you didn't know that Asahi is a close cousin of Tsingtao). The best part was Seeing the production line and how the how packaging process is pretty much fully automated. There were a few people standing along the packaging production line but they were mainly for quality control purposes. However, I think I did spot the most mundane job in the world, one man had ...
Is the first day of the month long trip and I'm writing from this train from Hohhot to Tsingtao in China. Now this isn't any normal train its a sleeper train that travels over 26 hours to Our destination. now this train has different types of cars now seated cars, normal sleeper class and second-class sleepers. We are travelling in a normal sleeper on the top bunk bed of three beds high. As a foreigner in northern China you tend to get a lot of people looking at you but I ...
... Western Han Dyansty (140 BC). The temple grounds are over 30,000 sq m with more than 150 rooms belonging to three independent courtyards, each with their own walls & gate. The three courtyards of the temple are Sanguan Hall, Sanhuang Hall and Sanqing Hall. Sanguall Hall is the largest and home to the Taoist gods of the heaven, earth, water, thunder, and various plants and flowers. In the courtyards can be found the famous Jamoica Camellia tree which blooms only in ...
... The restaurant name is "船歌鱼水ཙ 0;”, where they have all the live seafood displaying at the lobby of the restaurant for you to choose. I highly recommend the "Dark" squid dumplings and the only desert on the menu-cheese Chinese Yam. The price is reasonable compared with in Shanghai or Bejing - e.g. shrimp for RMB38/500g. It's my first time to try the "dark" dumplings, check out ...