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Q: Anyone been to or live in Dalian?

Going up over the holidays for a little work and play. Never been so any help would be great.
Best place for a pint?
Best xmas turkey dinner? 5 star hotel or expat place, both are fine. eggnog is a definate plus.
Any cant miss sights?
Thanks in advance!

9 years 14 weeks ago in  Transport & Travel - Dalian

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Dear Mike,


Dalian is really great.  It's one of the more mellow places in China.  It's got about the same range of restaurants and activities as Beijing but on a much smaller scale.  It's all there.


It's large but overwhelming and IMHO the city fathers have done a good job with a semblance of beauty about the place.


That being said, in winter, it can be brutally cold and the temperature these days has not been particularly clement.


If you're a Canuck, you are probably used to those kind of temperatures, but I surely am not.  Today it was - 8 C. or something like that.


Look here, please kind Mike, for about all the answers that you will need




Thank you!! Well i most certainly am a canuck! So im not worried about the weather. Thanks again for the help! I have been waiting all week for a little advice!

9 years 13 weeks ago
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