Went to Jinan, the capital city of China's Shandong Province, for a 2 day visit. Not much of a touristy city but there are some nice natural springs that one can explore. The city is the birthplace of the well-known entrepreneur Ms. Wendi Deng. I wonder what Ms. Deng would make of Jinan today!
Qingdao is one of the cleanest and most liveable cities in China. Immaculately clean beaches.
Qingdao is a coastal city located in Shandong Province in east China. The city is famous for its beautiful buildings with German architecture, the seaside (one of the cleanest beaches in China), beautiful parks and the famous Tsingtao brewery, which is the second largest brewery in China. Two days are enough to see the whole city. Because of its German influence, Qingdao has a strong connection with German food and culture. The German airline, Lufthansa, flies regular weekly services from Frankfurt and Munich. Thankfully the weather was on my side for the short weekend break I took.
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