Bridal Tea House Hotel AnChor Street

Address: No.8 Anchor Street, Tak Kok Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong, China | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the 土瓜湾 area of Hong Kong, is near Mongkok, Ladies Market, Lady's market, and Flower Market.
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          Packing again

          A travel blog entry by joanparmenter15 on Oct 23, 2015

          ... designer shops, couldn't resist. Will update if got anything lunchtime if not will update at airports.
          Packing done another shower and just waitin for cab it is really hot today. Rob took me to the mall with all electronics gear, four floors of it, he is not as silly as he looks.
          Proud of myself only one pair of daytime trousers worn washed in evening dry by morning and ironed within five minutes of ...

          Of Smartphones and Moon Cakes

          A travel blog entry by hsa on Sep 26, 2015

          8 comments, 10 photos

          ... glued to their screens. Goodness knows what they are all doing. Walking into people who are focussed on their phone is an ever-present hazard. We’ve been leaving ours in the safe, not sure how we’ve coped.

          I wonder how many escalator accidents there are due to phone usage? Interestingly – the population of Hong Kong seems very young. The paper says around 17% are over 65 which is not so different from the UK, but the overwhelming majority of ...

          18 hours in Hong Kong

          A travel blog entry by lyonsontour on Jul 23, 2015

          3 comments, 3 photos

          ... we were not going to be on the seventeenth floor we held our breaths and ascended. Actually , the room could have been a lot worse. It had a window which in one respect was a good thing; being able to see some daylight was the positive, looking across at the myriad of tiny windows across in the other block and seeing the dodgy goings on throughout the night, being a negative. We dumped our things on the lino floor and braved the tiny shared shower room across the hallway . ...

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          A travel blog entry by hippler on Jun 03, 2015

          33 photos

          ... binoculars from a vendor when Deanne spotted them in the wild. They were good quality, small, and cheap. Good thing, since we'll need them in Kruger Park in South Africa in 2 days.

          Then it was back to our room at 4:30. We paid for an extra half day to shower and pack after sightseeing and we barely made it back since we ran into rush hour traffic on the way back. By 6, we were checked out and had one last dinner in town. We've hardly eaten ...

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          A travel blog entry by randcinaotearoa on Mar 21, 2015

          291 photos

          ... visit Hong Kong’s oldest temple Man Mo temple and to Lascar Row (Cat street) to see the Market, full of antique bits and pieces. Returned to the flat to collect our backpacks and took the airport express. Departed at 23.15 hrs arriving at Heathrow on Tuesday 31st March at 04.55 hrs and caught the bus from Terminal S to Bristol. Then caught the bus to Green Ore, arriving at about 10.20 hrs, we were picked up by Belinda, and delivered home to a very happy Marmite! What an ...