Hotel Beverly Plaza
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... long bridge. Macau has at least 3 bridges going over this water, the longest is 4.4 km long. We go over a shorter one in the centre. Our goal is the Venetian casino which makes Josh very uncomfortable. I just want to have a look at it as recommended by a lady at work just to see how they have replicated the city. Itbis amazing, canals, bridge of sighs, palace and campanile all faithfully recreated. Plenty of people wandering around ...
... meet and so on. And during the meeting, there was no doubt that we had disagreements with others. However, we coped with these problems by understanding others and made the agreements at last. Thus, we also learned that we should learn to understand others in some special cases.
After the trip, we found that all of us grew up and improved ourselves. We are all glad to have another similar activity in the future.
... access to a 24 hour convenience store and other eateries. The first two days went well as I managed to
recoup the equivalent of roundtrip
Canada to China. But the thing with Macau games are they are very steep: it's been stated that they make 10x the
revenue of Vegas, and true to that, the smallest game I could find were about
4x larger than what I'm used to back home.
A dealer was telling me a group of ...
... found 'Deck and Beer' was a bar with a deck that sold beer, clever! - Had some complimentary mouldy monkey nuts - Few beers watching the harbour and HK Island lights coming on - Watched light show, slightly anti climax but videod for 10mins realising more of the same, impressive none the less! - Tube back to Jordan and walk to Hotel - Couple of beers on the terrace at the hotel - ...
... Graham and got the giggles. Fancy me tasting a wine ! They all taste like medicine to me, except the moscato, which is just like a soft drink, or so my taste buds tell me. Our evening meal at Angelini's was delicious. We had bread sticks and that brown dipping sauce (can't think of its name - under the influence of alcohol ...) in oil followed by some tiny white creamy concoction with crunchy bits in it served in a minuscule glass and eaten with a spoon. Next was a mixed ...