Zhongshan Hotel Dalian
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... as you can see in the photos is world class. The stage is massive and the back stage area would be at least 5 times the stage space. The full fly tower was able to store our entire sound shell which was in the early stages of being flown back up into the ceiling as we packed down the stage. Truly state of the art and a pleasure to play in for our first gig on Chinese soil. The audience was a fair size (approx. 250) - they had paid between NZ$25 and ...
... that option while a few of us went exploring in the hope of finding Peking Duck. After 40 minutes if drawing pictures of ducks, making quacking noises and playing charades with a number of locals and restaurateurs we finally found what we had been looking for and feasted on Duck the proper way - pancakes, hoisin, leek and duck all carved by the table. Fantastic. This ...
... that made it work and maintained the main functionality. After some discussion we confirmed that a burnt out fuse under the bonnet had now been bypassed with hard wiring - this was rectified so it could not be the cause of another fire in the car. Dinner was next so about 10 of us crossed the road to some small markets and ordered some kebab sticks. A great night as we sat behind their stall and ate until we were full. The food we cheap and for about $3-4 each we had food and ...
... we got to a bus stop and took a random bus back into the city. The scale of what they can build here is impressive. I am reminded of Dubai, where if you have enough cheap labour and money almost anything is possible. Through the fog, out over the water we can see a massive brigde being built running parallel to the coast. Later on we see that their could even be three levels to this and once of them must be for a high speed train. It would have easily been a ...
... our bags while he tried to renegotiate the price. He got down to "100" but t seemed easier to go get a normal taxi. Up until the point that we left in the taxi he kept asking if 100 would be OK. Considering it is about 20km I would have expected to pay up to 100 but the local information meant we would try pay the normal rate. 40 yuan equates to about AUD$7. Once we get going the first thing that is apparent is how ...