Capital Plaza Hotel
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... in the captain's farewell dinner provided some internal challenges for me. And I was up and about quite a bit. But my experience is that I should simply keep going. That's the fastest way to recuperate. And I surely don't want to miss this dam. I do miss the opportunity to go inside the dam. Long ago Sisi and I wanted to see how far north we could go in Quebec. It's a great story but too long for now. Suffice it to say we stranded in the taiga, in an indian village, at ...
... down a very steep path that was the original road up to the peak through lush tropical trees only to find the escalator changes direction in the late morning.So we ended up walking all the way down but answer passed through the mid levels and soho we had a snap shot of life here.It wasn't all bad because Kate found M & S so a bit of retail therapy to sooth our weary ...
... could store a bag for the day. It was really close by and convenient, which would become the theme of the day. After leaving my bag and taking only essentials I headed for the airport express train where I bought a one day round trip ticket and used the Internet quickly before boarding the train. It was super fast and effienct to get into town with cool views of part of the bay areas and some of the areas with a ton of apartments. I got off at Hong Kong ...
... We figured a taxi
would be the best way to get down the mountain and approached the first taxi
that we saw. To our dismay, he and all the rest of the taxis at that point
offered a strict 250 HKD (divide by 8 for USD) to get to the bottom of the
mountain. For a taxi in China that was incredibly expensive. We then tried to
take a tram down the mountain and found that it was about the same price as the
taxi. In the end we actually started ...
... Speaking of "time of year", this is the first place where we have seen Christmas decorations, and it is really fun for us! While we ate our first Asian breakfast (mine was some kind of veg noodle soup, Nate had fried noodles, a hotdog, a chicken-fried steak, a slice of cold-cut ham luncheon meat, all topped with a very deep-fried fried egg (#35 on the fastfood menu)), we heard Christmas carols from the loudspeakers.