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Open time:24 hours, but the shops don’t open at midnight~~
Estimated visiting time: men: 10min to 2 hour
Women: all day~
To get there: By bus, taxi, and cars but on Sunday will be a bus and taxi only lane
After you watched the ruin’s of St Paul, Na Tcha temple, mount ...
... and they are always looking for the perfect culinary delight. The line went quickly and when we finally got the tarts they were still hot and almost burnt my tongue. But crust was sooo flaky and delicious and the filling was perfectly sweet and creamy. Heart! We washed it down with some iced creamy coffees.
Well, today was a whirlwind. We awoke early to try and make a 9AM bullet train from Guangzhou to Macau. We were running through the train terminal. But, we all made it onto the train. We had a car all to ourselves, which was lovely so we could spread out. After 40 minutes were arrived. So much better than a 4 hr bus ride! And then the crazy started.
We walked about 1 mile, hauling luggage ...
... i told one of my kindergarteners to draw a picture of of the sky they would immediatly pick out the ugliest grey crayon from the box and start scribbling angrily over the entire paper.
Nights here are as nice as the days. There is a great night market close to my apartment that I love going to. It is basically a really long street that people set up stalls of clothes, shoes, trinkets, ...
We had been excited about visiting Macau for the whole holiday but we ended up being a bit disappointed. We were late arriving after getting to the ferry terminal sans passports and our ferry then being delayed. When we got to Macau there was no hint of how to get to the town but we went to the tourist information bit and it turned out to be fairly ...
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking