Hotel California Zhongshan
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... s cheaper and practical). It ranges from $50-$70 $HK. We were supposed to ride gondola (as planned) but our budget is tight. bleh.. so we just take a lot of pictures of the vicinity. We do not have much time to go out the casino and check what really Macau can offer... Next time, I'll make sure to create a specific ...
... to our guidebook, full of restaurants but we didnīt find anything convenient. Most of the restaurants offered only local food which my parents categorically refused to eat.
Rua da Felicidade was once the heart of Macau's red lights district, and that is how it got its rather peculiar name. Today, it is a cute, authentic shopping street where you can buy some "exotic" products, enjoy some truly authentic food and see some nice shops with traditional red ...
As we all know, Ruins of St. Paul's is the most famous destination in Macau. It is also the important landmark of Macau, which attracts tens of thousands of tourists during these years. Therefore, I am very glad to introduce this attraction to you!
Estimated visiting time: 40 minutes
Estimated expense: For free
How to get there: By bus ...
... in Macau, we had to show passports at immigration before boarding a bus to go to the ruins of St. Paul Cathedral. The area was absolutely overrun with tourists. It was difficult to find a spot to take a proper photo or even get a good look. The museum, which was our next stop on the tour was just across the street, so we walked over there and found a shady spot to sit down. It was fun to people-watch while we waited about fifteen minutes for ...
... different result around roads and streets 30 minutes or more from this area.
I'm not sure whether it says much about this place, or provides any profound explanation of anyhing, probably not. I guess I just find modes of transport an interesting indicator of lifestyles here compared to many Western countries. It is certainly very different to cities in Australia, where rusty 120Y's, Stanza's and 20yr old Commodores are quite common on most roads. I ...