The Venice Hotel Shenzhen
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... bringing the world down with it. Then I left, and realized people have the exact same gripes about their own countries and, like many Americans in regards to the outside world, have no idea what the U.S. is like. For those of you who are unable to make it out here to China/Asia in general, I hope this can enlighten you a bit and enable you to appreciate what you have. This is going to reflect my experiences here in China, though I'll use Western countries to further my ...
... be cool here but as we walked and the sun got stronger, we got wetter and wetter. Gwynn wanted to go back to the hotel and cut her jeans off. After a few more hours of wandering the streets our feet told us it was time to head back. We rewarded ourselves with a late buffet lunch at an Indian restaurant over at the Venetian. It was very good and worth the long schlep. Although we ate too much, it was a perfect reward for our active ...
... of China and Russia with much still to do. Remember, burger only, not the meal. With the pound enjoying a surge against other world currencies, can anyone confirm the cost for a Big Mac back home? Hoping the economic upturn lasts till Australia otherwise we mightn't be able to afford a Saver ...
... but they must have been on a roll at the casino because they didn't show up....so no fireworks. We tried to find a bar to have a couple drinks but this is hard to find in Macau....it is a gambling place...not much for food, bars and nightlife. So we wandered for a bit before deciding to take a shuttle bus back to the ferry to get on an earlier one. We took the free shuttle from one of the dingy casinos....it smelt like shame, regret and broken ...
... in the background is one
of the five tallest office buildings in the world.
View of Hong Kong from Victoria Peak. This is one of the "must-sees" for ...