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 ...
... of several courtyard houses, displaying a mix of Chinese and Western detailing.
When we finished our tour around the Mandarin House we took a bus no. 18 back to the A-Ma Temple and from there we went to the Macau Tower by foot. It was quite a long walk but at least we had a chance to admire an immense bridge connecting Macau and Taipa Island named Sai Van.
Gonzalo and I refused to climb up the Macau Tower because it was way over too expensive (HKD 135 ...
... went to Starbucks Coffee. Because there are a lot of people, we waited a long time to find the seat and bought some drinks. Finally,we went to The Grand Canal Shoppes,but there goods were top of the range, we couldn't bought anything,however we also could watch beautiful scenery. ...
... passengers to disembark and go though customs and immigration again. We ended up being one of the first off and through the lines and had to wait for everyone else to get out. The terminal is attached to a shopping mall and a few people wandered off to shop while waiting. That added to the challenge for the tour guide to assemble the group so we could get back on the bus for the ride back to the ship.
When we arrived back at Ocean ...
... 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 ...