Bridal Tea House Hotel (Aberdeen)

Address: No.150 Aberdeen Main Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the 香港仔 area of Hong Kong, is near Ocean Park, Lamma Island, Aberdeen Harbour, and Aberdeen Country Park.
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    Packing again

    A travel blog entry by joanparmenter15 on Oct 23, 2015

    Forgot to to tell you we had posh meal last night wooden not plastic tables Rob has a chicken steak burger and kind of chips, I just had salad too hot to eat but I did manage a beer and a wine bill totalled £20
    Sitting waiting for breakfast, all packed except for clothes we are wearing tonight in our bed with wings.
    After breakfast, which was eggs, bread and toast, melon and pineapple, we are going to walk ...

    Of Smartphones and Moon Cakes

    A travel blog entry by hsa on Sep 26, 2015

    8 comments, 10 photos

    ... had flash floods!)

    If you live in Hong Kong and don’t have a Smartphone fastened in your hand, preferably a rose gold Iphone 6s, you are no-one. I thought Smartphone usage was rife in England but here everyone is glued to theirs all the time. On the subway, all you can see are bowed heads as people concentrate on theirs. On the train last night, four youths got on, all looking at their phones. Some people have more than one. A young couple walk along the station ...

    18 hours in Hong Kong

    A travel blog entry by lyonsontour on Jul 23, 2015

    3 comments, 3 photos

    ... then took the A21 bus from the transport hub at the airport to Nathan Road in Kowloon. Knowing this was just a flying visit and having minimal funds we had decided to stay in the notorious Chungking Mansions. An hour or so later we were walking through the ground floor of the mansions, declining the numerous offers for cheap watches , handbags, suits, hash and marajuana. We located the tiny lift that would take us to the tenth floor of this monstrous, fire trap posing as a ...

    Hong Kong

    A travel blog entry by hippler on Jun 03, 2015

    33 photos

    ... a few people. This place really is like walking through 3D chess. But once on the comfortable bus, we got to see more of the island away from the crowds. The 6X bus is recommended by guide books for tourists to take because you can see beaches and the nice city of Stanley on the south side. We stopped in a pharmacy to pick up some stuff and stocked up on contact lens solution, razors, etc. This stuff is 1/3 of the price in the states.

    Wwe bought ...

    Hong Kong

    A travel blog entry by randcinaotearoa on Mar 21, 2015

    291 photos

    ... of life size dioramas, illustrating the history right up to the 1997 handover. That evening we went to a Sichuan restaurant. Fantastic experience, very hot and makes your lips numb but it doesn’t linger. Meat cooked in a bed of dried chillies, ate the meat and not the chillies!!

    In the morning we managed to get our luggage to 23kgs each with the help of Sophie’s scales. After our farewells, we were able to book in our luggage at the station and ...