Ice Skate Buffet July 14, 2010

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After doing some work on my computer in the morning, my uncle took us youngins out for an afternoon of ice skating. Before going to the rink we went shopping for some socks (my brother and I don’t have any with us) and played for a short while at the arcade.

The ice skating rink was very similar to the ones I’ve been to in the US. The employees there on the rink wore suits instead of vests or special shirts, and didn’t seem to be very skilled at skating themselves. The ice was also a bit rough.

In the evening my uncle took us youngins out to a fancy revolving buffet overlooking the Qingdao skyline. The food was pretty delicious.