Century Plaza Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... two people from different cultures collide, we learn from each other to make our own cultures better. If we fail to learn and look down on the other, we fail to advance our knowledge and get stuck in a rut and society becomes stagnant. It is for this reason that UKIP must be stopped but if I start talking about British Politics, then this blog will become one major rant so back we go to my adventures.
As Christmas is approaching rapidly, I decided to ...
... paradise for Chinese and adapted to this behaviour. Hong Kong is narrow except national museums and historic centres. Queuing is all over the place, for a train on top of a viewing mountain one and a half hours. Once I thought people were waiting for the bus, but in fact they stood in lines to enter shops like Tiffany, Hermes and other.
Hong Kong in pictures...
... we buy 2 tickets for the 3D version with glasses, nip around the corner to buy some extremely nice macadamia caramel popcorn and get ready.
We walk down the stairs and see scaffolding and the floor is covered with cardboard, and there is the unmistakeable sound of building going on. No one else looks disturbed, so we find Theatre 5 and it is a delight, thankfully. Big, wide, deep comfortable chairs, we settle in and watch the film, with ...
... soldiers walking through who made us all join in their army march (we were the oldest there by about 10 years!) and some of the girls (including Han) had their photo taken with Woody! We went to see a 3D movie with Mickey and Donald Duck with clips and songs from some of the Disney films and also went to see the Festival of the Lion King which was like a mini musical! We then sat and watched the parade go through ...
Woke up to a reasonably early alarm at 8am, showered in the cell (our nickname for our hostel room as we can imagine this was what it's like for prisoners - accept prisoners have windows!) and headed out into the scorching sunshine (I was clever enough to put on suncream and didn't get burnt - Ben did). Darted past the locals trying to cell watches, massages, ethnic food and 'hash' and went to the subway. Travelling around Hong Kong is really ...