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... built 1617) which also contains the Macau Museum. The fort like St Paul's was built by the Jesuits. The canons were used only once, when the Dutch invaded in 1622. There was a good view over the town from here and the ever present and very strange shaped Lisboa hotel (see the picture for an idea of what I mean). From here we walked to the Church of St Paul which is just a façade with some exhibits. This was originally the Church of ...
Our last full day in Hong Kong was sunny and hot, with a nice breeze coming off the water from time to time. Richard, Jin and I visited Lantau Island to take the cable cars and see the Big Buddha statue. As with almost everything in HK, transportation here is a snap - one of the main subway lines will take you just a few steps from the entrance to the ...
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... We wanted to go to a Dim Sum place to eat and the one we were aiming for was number 1 on TripAdvisor, we got ourselves out to where it should be through a mixture of underground and walking and the tried to find it, none of the restaurants had signs in English we after walking around the block we didn't know which one it was and gave up. Instead going into the busiest looking place that had English words we could read, home made dim sum, sounded like what we ...
... away from the crowds at street level. Macau's skyline is not in the same league as Hong Kong though, and thus not nearly as photogenic...
Descending the hill, I battled crowd again to visit other sites on the heritage trail, including the Igreja de São Domingos, Teatro Dom Pedro V, and the main cathedral: Catedral Igreja da Sé
As for the "Las Vegas of the Orient" part: well there really are lots and lots of casinos. It even has its own Strip ...