Fang Fang Li Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... They are all patronised by the thousands of Chinese who cross the border to gamble and shop. Macau is a small peninsula joined to China by a 300m wide isthmus. This was where the Portuguese landed and settled 500 years ago. The two other islands the Portuguese had are Taipa where the ferry comes in and the airport is, and Coloane. Since 1997, China has reclaimed the land between these two islands to create one new island called Cotai. This is where most of the new development ...
... of Victoria Harbor and the glamorous Hong Kong skyline which looks much more appealing at night than in the daytime (at least according to us).
We walked down the Nathan Road, one of the most popular streets of Hong Kong, which seemed to be super crowded at any time of the day. The Nathan Road is also the only street in Hong Kong being dominated by hasslers offering ****** accommodation or copies of branded watches. We had to watch over our stuff very well because we ...
Hong Kong is the Asian New York City. In fact it would be just like NYC if NYC was only made up of (a massive) midtown, was spotless and had more rules. My mom, Warner and I arrived into rainy Hong Kong and were filled with great confusion. We shivered all the way to the hotel, not able to deal with 20 degrees C (70 degrees F) after days of high 30s to 40s! I even had to go buy some jeans as my wardrobe was not suited for ...
... used to do when they were students. I can totally relate, we are no longer young and hip anymore. A lot of people think of China as a bit of a backwater place and a large part of China is, but Shenzhen is a modern well laid out metropolis that would rival many cities in the developed world. There were huge sky scrapers, massive shopping malls, and even a cosmetic surgery hospital! In terms of facilities, it definitely was comparable to Hong Kong. There was also, surprisingly, lots ...
... if it's that easy, however, it did make me stop when I heard what I can only describe as a New Orleans Jazz band playing during a service, think that would certainly help fill the church every Sunday across the UK. Having listened for ten minutes off I toddled to the tram station, little did I realise just how popular the tram was. There must have been 500 people in front of me, oh well, thirty mins of queuing and I was on my way up the short 10 min ...