Beach Castle Hotel
- Room service
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... station. Thankfully Christian did mandarin at school so his
language skills are much much better than ours and he was able to get us
tickets. As we bought the cheapest tickets we could get I was expecting very
uncomfortable, hard seats and being squished in with hundreds of Chinese people.
But the gods were kind and the train was much better than I was expecting…. Unlike
our trains at home, the trains here are arranged in groups of six or ...
... the equivalent of 30p...!! You can imagine 60 westerners realising this on our arrival at the hotel, needless to say the the production manager coined the phrase 'this is not a stag do!', to which noone paid much attention!! There is also a lot of street food 'restaurants' chairs and tables on the side of the street serving bbq'd meats and such like, we found one on the beach front with a lovely view and ate bbq'd meats with fried ...
... 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 ...
... calligraphy at an auction. Some members of our team, Mr. Ong and Mr. Aman purchase a few artworks. After lunch we are going to visit the beer museum. We enjoy different beers until 4 pm and head back to the hotel for a short nap. After the dinner we go to the beer street to watch the crowd and do more beer testing. We finish 2 pitchers of beer among 3 of us, John, Jacob and me. We hang out in a bar until 11 pm.
We start our journey at 7.30 am to go direct to Qing Dao instead of staying overnight in Lian Yung Gang. We plan to stay 2 nights in Qing Dao to enjoy Tsing Tao Beer. Today we visit the tomb of the sixth generation of King Chu called Guishan Han Mu where we spend 2 hours. From there we are following the local road that is very uncomfortable to drive. It is full of tricycles and small ...