Central Park Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... head for the restaurant to stuff ourselves again. I have got to do something to stem this uncontrolled eating spree or I will be face with buying new clothes in the land of the Lilliputians where the average waist size is 22 and anything over 28 inches is considered X large. I can’t even guess how many Xs I would need to fit my bulging body—too many—got to control the intake!
Until tomorrow, another day at sea. El Gordo ...
... the ferry back to our side and managed to pick it up from there. Everyone on the boat ride was either eating or sitting inside as it was too windy to be on the outside. In true form, Colm and I munched on our crisps and dip! Once we docked, we saw people already queuing up for the fireworks and making camp. We decided to head off for dinner and then find a spot. We weren't too fussed about where we would stand for the fireworks as they are up in the air so can see them from ...
... and I was hoping one would exchange my Japanese Yen coins I still had. Unfortunately, not one single exchange accepted the coins. While I was exchanging the coins, I noticed there was a Pure Vegetarian Punjabi restaurant, so I went up to try it. I wanted daal makhni and 2 pranthas, but they ran out of their daal ingredients, so I went with Mutter Paneer instead. Ended up being a great switch. Loved the Paneer and the pranthas! After I ate, I stumbled upon a ...
... was actually a shortage of construction cranes around the world because the majority of them where here in Shanghai. The Magleu Train was built to send people to the airport in a super fast 7 minutes at over 200 miles an hour, however it was also excessively expensive and they ran out of money building it, so it doesn't go as far into the center of the city as they has wanted. In fact it is rather inconvenient so few people use it except tourists. It you want to see an ...
... certainly was outnumbered!! As it is coming into their winter season most stalls had thermals,coats, boots etc for sale..at a fraction of our prices but certainly not to a western fashion style..
The Hong Kong MTR( Mass Transit Railway) opened in 1979 and now has 152 stations.. it is a well run, reliable service.. trains departing every few minutes to keep the approx 5 million daily passengers moving with fares so inexpensive all ...