Silka Far East Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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First of all, Please excuse us if there are any mistakes in our blog today, we are both very tired while writing this!!
At 7.15 am we left for Schiphol! After some traffic jams we still arrived on time at the airport, thank you Mama van Rooij and Geertjan. First flight was smooth, plane was a bit smaller than we expected but sure it was …
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A surprise upgrade at the hotel meant a visit to the lounge for a beer before heading out to grab some dinner, the hotel is connected a mall so we found a Thai place and enjoyed some rather spicy curry. The mall was very festive so we had a good look around before heading back to the room.
After a great breakfast at the hotel we headed to the Tram at the Peak. This is an almost vertical tram up the Victoria peak to the ...
... Kong Museum of History. The signposts take us on a circuitous route to the building and we vow never to follow HK street signs again! There’s a special exhibition of HK photographs which we also see – it’s fascinating to see pictures of the place over the last 170 years or so! The main exhibition is also pretty good. We were going to head up to the Ladies Market after the museum, but we’ve arranged to meet up with the guys tonight and ...
We mentioned briefly about a street we affectionately called escalator road, well we have now found out quite a lot more about it, and it's big brother. Hong Kong is home to the largest covered escalator system in the world connecting the business district to the mid levels or residential area. So of course we had to honour it by gliding up and down a bit. This, the big daddy of escalator systems has totally transformed the area. What was once a ...