It's over 5 p.m. It's a bit cloudy. Walking around the seaside for two hours, I bought some seafood for 55 yuan a kilo. Feel the roadside entertainment for a living of the heart of the deduction. It's a bracelet. 45 yuan, 35 yuan, No. Turn around and ask 120 questions. And she kept saying that she was real, that I had seen iron before. I ignored her. Later, I went to many famous seafood stalls in cities. Almost all prices range from 45 to 60. Is it true that the more than 40 booths I visited are authentic in your home? That attitude is really sorry for the title of Qingdao citizens. I didn't buy it in the end. At night, a group of citizens lined up to walk in the May 4th Square, shocking!
The May 4th Plaza, named after the May 4th Movement, is one of the signs of Qingdao. The most dazzling part of the May 4th Square is the red sculpture "May Wind" standing in it. The spiral wind shape and red color fully reflect the anti-imperialist and anti-feudal patriotic tone of the "May 4th Movement" and the rising national strength.
Arriving at May 4th Square around 3 p.m., the Olympic Sailing Center is next to it. It's very hot in the afternoon, but as long as you find the shade, it's very comfortable and cool. Find a restaurant you like to eat. Unexpectedly, the climax is just beginning. The night scenery is so beautiful that you can't express your happy mood without seeing the photos. You can't forget to go back. There are many souvenirs selling around. The stalls and shops can be selected according to their own needs. They walk and stop at the seaside. I really want time to stay at that moment and forget all the troubles.
The May 4th Square is named in memory of the May 4th Movement in order to defend Qingdao. It is divided into two parts: north and south. The north part is mainly green grassland, with various fountains as the main part. The music fountain at night sprays out from the ground with green grass against the light, as well as the surrounding tall buildings. It is very beautiful. The main sculpture of the South Square "May wind" forms the torch shape for the line of rotation upward. It is the landmark building of the new urban area of Qingdao City. This sculpture highlights the historical background of Qingdao as one of the fuses of the May 4th Movement. It contains a strong connotation of urging people to move upward. The steel plate structure combination of the fire-red spiral upward is expressed by concise lines and thick texture. A strong wind rising from the sky shocked people with strength. It is suggested that you spend about half an hour (take a boat tour) in Qingdao in summer. The sea breeze in Qingdao is still very cool. You must bring one more piece of clothes here. You can clearly feel that there is not a temperature on the other side of the city government and the seaside. Flying kites here is also a good choice when the wind is strong. You don't have to worry about kites can't fly at all. There are some matching commercial areas on the west side of the square. If there is a need for dining and shopping, you can go shopping. Because of its good geographical location and open sea, there seems to be a 100-meter fountain on the sea, but I did not open it when I went there. The most famous landmark here is the May wind. Its unique shape attracts a large number of tourists to take pictures here. You can also go to the Olympic Sailing Center on the east side to enjoy the charm of Olympic sports. There are still many shops buying special products and souvenirs in May 4th Square, but they are almost the same as those in other scenic spots. The quality of things is not very good. The price can also feel obvious expensive. It feels like a bit of pit money. There are no souvenirs and special products here. The infrastructure around the square is very complete. Don't worry about not finding a place to eat, buy water and rest. But to buy souvenirs and specialties, we recommend you to go to someone's specialty shop in Taitung. When we travel, we buy souvenirs there. Their home is a net red specialty shop. They are different from other specialty shops. Their house is very clean and tidy. There are many things in the shop. The price is very fair and acceptable. Most importantly, their gum and black garlic are also included. Laoshan Green Tea, I bought some for the elderly at home to take back, highly praised, my wife also suspected that I bought less, should bring more fish fillets and squid shredded for children to eat. I personally like their beer crisps very much. The taste is easy to accept and very distinctive. They are made by fermentation of beer.
Last night's May 4th Square was giving a fireworks preview before the Shanghai Summit. The unexpected circle of American friends was once again painted on the screen. Everyone was proud of the strength of the motherland and the prosperity of Qingdao. All kinds of small videos emerge in endlessly fighting for beauty, just like fireworks, last night's fireworks and May's maple, neon building scenery, fountains intersect for the Qingdao card!
May 4th Square is a landmark scenic spot in Qingdao. It is a must to visit Qingdao. Here you can see the sea. You can see the beacon opposite the bay, the Olympic Sail Center and the five rings sign. It's very pleasant to take a walk with the sea breeze blowing. You can also walk north along both sides of the middle lawn until you reach the Qingdao Municipal Government.
In the trestle station, the bus rides basically go to the municipal government, along the park and across the road, near the Olympic sail. It is a must-see attraction in the new urban area. Of course, Nobel has time, but he can walk along the coast, passing through many scenic spots, Badaguan, Naval Museum, Undersea World, Trestle Bridge...
The May 4th Square is close to the Qingdao Municipal Government and the Olympic Sailing Center. There are coastal walkways and squares. You can see the waves beating on the shore and the sailboats and yachts in the Olympic Sailing Center. You can also see the wind statues in May. It's great to buy a bubble gun to blow bubbles and fly kites. The scenery here is excellent, the sea is blue and the tourists are hot. It's a pity that Qingdao doesn't come here to have a look.
Because it's not far from where we live, after a big seafood meal on the first night, we walked to the May 4th Square. You can see Qingdao's landmark building "May wind" from a long distance. At night, under the changing lights, she was like a red spirit dancing in the sea breeze. Next to it is a street selling Qingdao tourism products along the seaside. It's interesting that every shop is named after the place name of the whole country, just like the streets of Qingdao. See if you can find the name of your city.