The Venice Hotel Shenzhen
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... tour (got lost) through the back streets of Shenzhen. It's amazing what we take for granted in Australia and seeing this side of life in other countries is always a highlight to me. 2 hours into our 1 hour transfer we arrive (with a sigh of relief from the driver) at Mission Hills Duggan. Our excitement is short lived as a small issue arises with the saluting guards at the entrance...We are actually booked into Mission Hills Shenzhen, so it's on the ...
... We also visited the Sin Shut Study Hall, which was built for a specific ancestor of the Tang clan. The hall was used for worshipping this ancestor, as well as a study hall and as a school (it was quite common that children were educated within the clan, rather than going to a public school). We visited one more walled village (San Wai) until our stomachs started to cry for attention.
We walked back to the area where we had initially taken the minibus, since we ...
... arrived at the markets and wandered with little harassment through the stores. We then strolled along the promenade to lunch at a shanghainese place. We then headed to Stanley beach . The beach was filled with families and couples, a lot of which looked like locals as it was Easter Friday. Laura and I washed out feet in the water which was chilly but refreshing, I was disappointed that I ...
... seemed not to concern themselves with the visitors, but one or two had beautiful beaming smiles which were a joy to behold. I noticed one nun had 3 circles shaved into her already shaved head. I am sure that is symbolic of something, I have no idea what. Reluctantly we left the peace of this place and crossed the road to the Nan Lian Garden. We thought we had seen the best Hong Kong had to offer park wise, how wrong were we! ...
... We caught this bus down to the bottom and got out, reading signs to see where we were. Jan as usual got us home. From Yieu Mai Tei station we walked home, stopping at a funny little eat together cafe where we sat with a couple of Indian men and ate from the pictures again. We have been very lucky finding very good food and no after effects! Home again, footsore and ...