Vincent Guest House
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TravelPod Member ReviewsVincent Guest House Hong Kong
Took a little time getting used to but we soon settled and ended up really enjoying the place. The roof top wasn't pretty but a cool place to hang out and meet other travellers.
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... our plans. We saw great architecture and walked and walked. Our breakfast at 11.00am was a Portuguese egg tart. Really great. Little tarts made of flakey pastry with egg custard served warm. Ho May (Yummy) We walked through an area that reminded me of the walk through somewhere like movie world until you looked up at the buildings. We went into the Mexican cathedral and there was a youth orchestra playing and they were so professional you ...
... bus number 75K. It takes about half an hour to get to Tai Mei Tuk (get off at the last stop) – everyday, whole day long
** minibus number 20R from Tai Po Market MTR station to a small forest village Wu Kau Tang – everyday, approximately every hour
*** bus number 275R from Tai Po Market MTR station to Bride’s Pool – only on Sundays and Public Holidays, approximately every ...
... store. She found a ton of Frozen stuff for her nieces and the price was amazing.
My Aunt was done physio by this point and she met up with us. We walked down a street that specialized in pets. We went in and looked at all the animals. We then headed to McDonald's to have an afternoon snack and something to.drink. We had squeezy cheese fries and potato squeezy cheese balls. Linda had a sparkling lychee tea, which she now calls ...
... we had arranged to meet up with the buyer of Julie's father's house, a Hong Kong resident. He had offered to take us out for the day and a seafood lunch. Chi Man Chan (call me Scott) rolls up in his Jaguar with his charming wife Wendy who doesn't speak much English. We commence a mystery tour of HK. First up is the Sky 100 tower at the ICC Building ( the tallest building in HK) which provides a 360 degree view over the city and new territories where we head next.
... a late lunch at one of the cafés on the waterfront - had myself a very nice NZ steak - good change from the stir fried rice!
After lunch we did a little more looking around before the kids and I headed back to the hotel for a swim. Kids started getting tied and heat getting to them so best solution - hotel pool! Phil stayed on and did some ...