Century Kingdom Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... memories is also closed to visitors now. The world lost some of it's innocence when the world trade center came down. We entered Canada so many times at the Vermont border. Once I stopped the car at customs. "Business or pleasure?" I pointed at the canoe on the car roof. Big smile. "Have a nice trip!" What do you mean? Passports? Our tourguide throws numbers at us. 32 turbines, 100 million gigawatt hour per year, 1.3 million people transplanted, the list continues. As usual ...
... and he said it was like a rice soup. Once I received it, I would say it was more like a rice porridge.
I'm writing from the Plaza Premium Lounge in the Honk Kong INTL Airport- SHOUTOUT to mom and dad for adding me to their AMEX account so I could check into this lounge and shower! I just finished some more chicken congee and shumai for breakfast. Final flight from HK to Denpasar is in 2 hours!
... machine and then shortly boarded the upper deck. The ferry ride was a bit bumpy but still great as it was almost free. When it got to the other side a few minutes later I swapped to the next section of notes on the avenue of stars as I checked out the clock tower, the Olympic torch statue and strolled the promenade taking photos of the harbour. The weather wasn't great though so the buildings could be a lot clearer in the photos but oh well. I stopped and ...
... went to go tour Noah’s Ark, which is a sort of amusement
park in Hong Kong. The first thing we toured was the ark, where there was the
story of Adam and Eve along with a lot of other biblical references. Judging by
the name and this initial introduction, we all were under the impression that
Noah’s Ark had a religious affiliation, however as we continued on the tour,
the message transformed into taking care of your health, protecting ...
... area around our hotel looked like, which was very handy. We arrived, took the battered-looking elevator up to the 11th floor, and were met by an elderly man in his bedroom slippers and undershirt. He was kind, but did not speak a word of English. We all managed to work out that we were looking for the Tai An Guesthouse, and that he worked there. As it turns out, his daughter runs it. We arrived in the actual tiny ...