60 West Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the Hong Kong border. He showed us which line we needed to take, which station to change at, and then the next line to take to get to the border station. He also pointed us in the right direction, as each line had its own entrance. We were very thankful for his help, (and wondered where he'd been for the past hour or so), and also why the instructions we'd been given by china.diy.travel didn't seem to be correct, since all of the other information they'd given us had ...
... brief refuge in McDs for a drink and an aircon top up.
After we had topped up on aircon we then took another cross harbour bus to Mong Kok. Here Paul directed us to one if the many markets where you are able to buy so many things. Emma managed a couple of purchases and then we visited Langham Place a massive shopping centre with 12 floors. At the far end of the 11th floor we found a Ton Katsu restaurant - Kinmata- ...
... had an expensive coffee (do they see us coming?), and decided to catch one of the cute little HK trams. After waiting ten minutes in the blazing heat, we gave up. I'm sure the ovens of hell aren't as hot as that tram stop.
Because of my lymphoedema, I have to wear compression stockings when flying, so had to put them on first thing this morning. That meant I had to ...
... quite small about 5ft wide but there was a bewildering array of items on each one. Primarily selling Jade, there were also stalls selling pearls, tourmaline and even teapots. Due to the lack of other potential purchasers our presence caused something of a stir, although one poor lady was fast asleep with her head resting in her bracelets. We were dressed in our best not standing out in a crowd gear, which must have worked, because even the ...
... it made for solitary diners. I guess that's why Chinese cuisine is always served "family style".
After dinner, we went to Felix Bar at the top of the Penninsula Hotel. It was designed by Philippe Starck and the chairs had covers that had photos of the hotel workers. I wish I could've taken the ...