Bridal Tea House Hotel (Hung Hom - Wuhu Street)

No.84-86 Wuhu Street, Hong Kong, China | 2 star hotel
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Hong Kong - Part 3

A travel blog entry by lisakresky


... Also, in subway stations, it is clearly indicated what side to walk on so that everyone is moving in the same direction, not like in Toronto where people are constantly going against the grain. There is also tons of English so you can easily get by without speaking Cantonese. At 1 when I met the rest of the group we took two subway trains to the Hong Kong/Chinese border. We had to go through immigration twice; once on the Hong Kong side and then we walked a few metres ...

The adventure of traveling

A travel blog entry by heather_ireland

So let me just start off saying that 16 hours is a long time to be in an airplane. I wasn't too bad though. I sat next to a boy that just graduated high school in Philly. His mom sent him to the U.S. to go to school, he's originally from China. The flight had a bunch of movies that you could watch for free. I think I watched three: Blood Ties, White House Down and Labor Day. They were pretty good, it helped the time pass by. The flight from JFK to Hong ...

Wong Tai Sin Temple

A travel blog entry by marlenesmith


... has to be careful at 61 and watch her back and neck, I have to watch my back and be careful when I am 71 and 79. All in all it was all pretty good news.

We went on from there and had dim sum at a local place which was very big and very busy and the food was delicious and fast. All replenished we caught the train to find the Skechers shop where Karry and I both bought a new pair of shoes ready for winter. Skechers ...

The last hurrah

A travel blog entry by e2010052


... face masks. I tried looking up an Australian pollution website such as those I have taken screen shots of and we don't even have anything similar. Let's hope we never have to.

I also have a couple more notes about China and one is don't expect to have to wear seat belts in taxis; in fact you will be lucky if they aren't wedged behind the seats. Another is you can look directly at the sun unless the sky is totally blue.

So now I finally ...


A travel blog entry by ganson52


... near the Opera house. both our legs were a bit wobbly when we got down , we have done it , and ow we could wear the T Shirt. After we went to a little Irish Tea Shop for tea and scones, Lovely, then went round Rock Market, overall a good day. We had a quiet night washing hair etc etc. Ready to ever up with Kerry Tomorrow. 25th August . This is our last day in OZ can not believe how quick this has gone. We went to the Harbour, where we saw some Aborigines all in their paint and ...

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This 2 star hotel, located in the ?? area of Hong Kong, is near Hong Kong Museum of History, Hong Kong Science Museum, Aljun Castle (Qala'at ar-Rabad), and Mukawir.
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