Jiaqi Hotel Shenzhen Baoan Airport
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... few occasions caused some entertainment. There are only three that we remember clearly but they are all unusual names or obviously picked from music and TV. So there was September, Sherlock and Strawberry, then occasionally they will throw in a John just for fun.
The main stand out ride for us in the park was a ride called Mystic Manor. In all Disney parks worldwide there is a "ghost" house called Phantom Manor but here (I think due to their very superstitious nature) they ...
... center. Artists from all over Asia were featured. Gwynn found several pieces she loved, but even she agreed it would be too difficult to carry home. Also "affordable" is very subjective. I don't consider $10,000 for an artist we've never heard of affordable, but I do imagine there could have been some good deals.
We're now in the airport lounge awaiting our return flight to San Fran. We return to NY Monday evening.
I hope everyone enjoyed our ...
... bearings but I seen a few things worth mentioning. - Hong Kong museum of history - Avenue of Stars - Symphony of Lights show - The Temple street night market - Kowloon Park - Local art displays The Hong Kong Museum of History was a fantastic insight into the Hong Kong culture and how it has changed and evolved over the years through the different dynasties and celebrations within the culture. Avenue of Stars is pretty much the Hollywood Walk of Fame but ...
... at first but they had lush things like garlic-ey and spicy aubergine and potatoes that were all cooked on the barbeque. We're going out to eat again tonight to a nice place opposite the school that sells a vegetarian noodle dish. I'm sorry, but the constant supply of rice in the canteen means we need to remain same by eating things other than rice from other venues!
... t pose a security risk, she allowed me to collect my belongings and move on. I must say, she was one of the friendliest airport security staff I have come across in my travels, even though she didn't utter a word of English to me. Seems a smile does say a thousand words. There's no mistaking that I'm in Asia, people walking around the airport with facial masks are a common sight (one could be mistaken for thinking they're on the set of 'ER'), and free WiFi ...