Rosedale On The Park
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We woke to a bleak, rainy and humid morning for the last of our holidays.
Still, we were determined to make the most of it.
With pea soup low cloud over the entirety of Hong Kong, we tossed up whether or not to venture to "The Peak" - the top of the high hill of Hong Kong with picturesque views of the entire island.
we also enquired …
... journey up one of the steepest funicular railways in the world (the steepest being in Kotoomba in the Blue Mountains from last week) to Victoria Peak. In addition to being very steep and interesting ride, it affords beautiful views back over the city and the harbor.
At the top, we splurged on a bit of ice cream to cool us down before the 15 minute walk to one of the most stunning views ...
... more expensive. The shop vendors are nonchalant and don’t care whether they sell or not. By now, you've been through so many stalls it’s hard to appreciate any more. Riding through the city is interesting but traffic, oh no, not more traffic!, keeps you from enjoying these last few hours before your flight home. We cruised over Wan Chi district, the old Suzy Wong (The World of Suzy Wong movie filmed here). That was the old Hong Kong ...
... said something about Tea, Dim Sum, lunchtime, and no waitresses in broken English and indicated we should go in. So we did and a waitresses appeared and directed us to a table. We looked around and found the restaurant was approximately 30% full so thought that was hopeful. We sat drinking our Chinese tea while waiting for someone to take our order until we spotted the pen on the table to allow us to complete the helpfully supplied English order form. The food ...
... our stop and disembarked. The search for our guesthouse lasted about 10 minutes and then we found the correct number. It turned out that our guesthouse was on the 15th floor in Block B of a group of buildings referred to as Chung King Mansion. Once we arrived at the 15th floor we began to look for signs to our guesthouse "New Cosmos Guesthouse". We found a sign which led to a locked door. We stood there for a little, knocked, and rang a ...