Crowne Plaza Hotel Hong Kong Causeway Bay
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... and religious life in Hong Kong for over a century. Originally the community was mostly Baghdadi and the synagogue was under the influence of the Haham of the Spanish and Portuguese Congregation of London: it is now fully independent and has 200 families from across the Jewish diaspora.
The name Ohel Leah commemorates Leah Sassoon, the mother of the Sassoon brothers Jacob, Edward, and Meyer who donated the land for building ...
... how where ever the British have been you always find Botanical gardens. Our trip took us past the Governor's mansion which was being guarded and there was no parking on all roads around that area. Maybe for the National Day? The gardens had a good selection of native birds, monkeys and tortoise/turtles. We were very hot by this time so made our way to have another drink at the ...
... extreme poverty. Due to the high housing prices, some of them are even forced to live in cages (more on that here: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article -2275206/Hong-Kongs-metal-cage-homes-Ho w-tens-thousands-live-6ft-2ft-rabbit-hu tches.html). And although you see plenty of cars, only 95% of the citizens own one. In fact no one even needs a car here, the public transport is one of the most efficient and clean ones I've ever experienced! Here, ...
... all so prettily dressed and really for children ,the choices are amazing, lots shop with their carry on, wheeled luggage,or larger, sensible ,but crowds the stores....we simply looked, but a good walk. Cetrece you would love it, and everyone really, this is the perfect stopover Hotel..
Lots of time today, so I can set everything up, and get the photos saved,with wi fi for a nominal fee...
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Donc aujourd'hui j'ai fait 2h de metro+bus pour arriver au Tian Tan Buddha. C'est la plus grande statue d'un Buddha assis du monde (62m de haut). La statue en elle-même est impressionnante mais on ne se rend bien compte de sa taille que quand on la voit de loin qui domine le paysage. J'étais bien contente d'avoir décidé de passer toute la journée dans le coin comme ça j'ai eu le temps d'explorer un peu les alentours. J'ai marcher jusqu'au 'sentier de la ...