Four Points by Sheraton Shenzhen
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... The big square in front of it is sandwiched between modern, beautiful buildings of Library and Philharmonic and usually is full of singers, dancers, musicians and many different artists. It's a one big art stage, specially on weekends.
Then we are going to a nearby Lianhua Shan - Lotus Hill Park where Chinese love spending their free time with family and friends, usually in a ...
... sister for brunch. The flight was very long, 13.5 hrs. The longest we have done before in one go was 8.5. The plane was a Boeing 777 specially designed for these long hauls. It has a 3 3 3 seating plan in economy; we were in seats 49 D and E . We were very lucky to have no one in 49 F, which allowed stretching room and a place to put stuff. Pat even had a lie down across two seats. The entertainment system was typical of modern systems with innumerable on demand movies and tv shows, ...
... 2) but that was for a size smaller than 6x4 haha! Was 100HKD for the biggest - we ended up getting all 4 that the guy took - when we said number 4 we meant the 4th pic! We got them half price and they are pretty good to be fair haha! We visited the space museum not much enthralling in there then found a nice roadside bar with a huge selection of Belgium beer - Rye delighted! Great spot for sitting people watching and random reg plate spying ;) Wish we could stay here for another ...
... just whisper "hash" or any variation of marijuana under their breath. Always a good laugh.
Our first day there, we simply decided to walk around, get our bearings, grab a bite to eat, and see what the place had to offer around our area. Hong Kong is insanely expensive compared to China--actually, it's just expensive. A metro ride for nine stops was three times the cost of what I paid in New York City. Meals are as expensive as America, sometimes far more. It is ...
... fan of bus tours but this one was fantastic value for money and we really had a good time. We saw everything that we would have wanted and learned a lot about the history of Hong Kong too. With three different bus routes you get to watch and experience the mish-mash of Cantonese, Chinese and English culture that is all packed into this one, incredible city. It's a must do for anyone visiting Hong Kong, particularly as it gives you ideas of where you want to spend your next few ...
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