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... this tour – 4 hrs. Why did I leave my Bose noise cancelling earphones in the cabin?
An hour and a half later we arrived at Mount Laoshan for a guided tour of Taiqing Palace, a sacred Taoism temple. The Palace was built in 140 BC by a Han Dynasty official who devoted himself to Taoist development. IT was a beautiful location situated on a beautiful bay, surrounded by high rocky hills. I will add a few pictures. After ...
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On Sept 16 our good friend from Holland asked if we ...
... tour the churches, temples and shops, but headed to the Tsingtao beer museum and plant. Speaking no Chinese, together with our friends, Jennie and Don, we found a taxi to take us to the Tsingtao facility. The various displays traced the history of beer production from the beginning in 1903 to current times. We were fascinated with the assembly lines that were bottling, canning and packaging thebeer. The company is quite clean and proud of its ...
Qingdao (pronounced "Zhing Dow") is a mixture of old of new. Old Qingdao is dirty and gritty. The new city is clean and shiny since it was built for the sailing events of the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing and it has many new skyscrapers. This is also an important Chinese Navy port - five submarines and various other ships were in port with us.
This area also has an ...
The weather has been right beaut this week in Qingdao and I've had a pretty busy week. I Climbed Fu Shan, one of the mountains around Qingdao, wandered through Zhongshan Park, flew a kite at May Fourth square and even had time to go on a three person bike. What do you call that? A triodum? Anyway it was pretty funny. I also went on my first night out ...