Four Points by Sheraton Shenzhen
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... travel which, apart from flying, is the fastest way to travel from city to city. On top of that, in a station with multiple desks where tickets can be bought, how many of them were manned by station staff? Only two. Anyhow I collected my first class ticket (I decided to splash out a bit for my birthday as it was only 20 RMB more) and made my way back to my apartment (a 45 minute journey by subway and bus!).
That evening I had my first experience of ...
... intricate carving on the back of the seats. The place turned out to be more of a restaurant than a tea house/coffee shop so we ordered dinner as well. Wendy had lemon chicken whilst I chose beef slices in oyster sauce and we shared sticky rice. I asked about drinks when placing our order and the waiter simply smiled and barked at me Chinese Tea! My kind of place, although it would have been better if he'd said Yorkshire Tea! After polishing of what turned out to ...
... tornaven boges. No feien pas pena: eren gats i gossos de raça que es venien a preus molt alts i els tenien molt ben cuidats.
Després vam anar al Ladies Market (el mercat de les noies) on venien vestits, bolsos, ventalls (ja em vaig comprar el que necessitava, però és de molt ...
... blossom branches, while kids all looked smart in their kei pos. The sales got ransacked with new clothes being bought for the start of the year, and married women were hitting up the banks to get newly printed notes to put in the red packets.
Alex and I decided to do all the celebrations to get them out of the way for the future. We went along to the parade, which was highly disappointing. It's sponsored by Cathay Pacific, and has 13 floats ...
... We get on the bus and Ian is just saying sorry all the way to the back as the rucksack bounces against shoulders, we sit in the back and trap a couple of chinese families in. The fare was about 90pence each, through the tunnel and on to HK island, we spot the road the hotel is on and decide to go for the stop, saying sorry all the way back down the bus. When we get off we see a sign saying building number 200, our hotel is 22!! ...