Zhan Qiao Prince Hotel
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... is going to keep us very busy during our 24 hours in Macau. Thanks for asking.
On Sept 22nd My good friend and coffee mate asked the we say hi to Debbie Bacon, who performs nightly in the Piano bar. Mike and Jeannie, you will be pleased to know that Debbie just received her 10 year pen for service to HAL. She has quite and evening following.
On Sept 28th The Wagners who cruised with us to the “Top of The ...
... 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 ...
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 ...
... with my Russian pals. It turns out if you're a woman or foreign here you'll never have to pay for a drink so I was quids in as I tick both of this boxes. The bars were nothing all that special but I spent no money all night which is pretty great. I'm also getting pretty adept with chopsticks. I ate a big fat scotch pancake style thing with them the other day, winner. ...
The ferry was a little too easy and without enough stress. At a guess, I was only surrounded by Korean and Chinese nationals, so I had a chance to do some quick comparison work to help build some more constricting and unhelpful stereotypes. As soon as I boarded, I was instantly stuck by how Mandarin sounds, being a lot more guttural than I had imagined. I was also interested to see the empowered way ...