Shenzhen Friendship Hotel

Address: No.3011 Jiabin Road, Luohu District, Shenzhen, Guangdong, 518001, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the East Gate area of Shenzhen, is near Happy Kingdom, Queen Spa, Mission Hills Golf Club, and Minsk World.
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Travel Blogs from Shenzhen

In the Air for 16 hours and still didn't see Santa

A travel blog entry by jlb43409 on Dec 24, 2014


... some nice salmon with lump crab, great wine, cheese and watching a couple of movies it was time for some sleep. Since we had such a long time, we both took a sleeping aid, laid our seats flat and snuggled up with our duvets and pillows. I feel asleep quite quickly, but Ken took more time and finally fell into a fitful sleep. We both were awakened by dishes rattling and saw they were serving a ...

Hong Kong and the wow factor

A travel blog entry by monkeypants on Sep 10, 2014

1 comment, 22 photos

... is able to sweat, does so.

I took a few photos of the fishing village, it was so picturesque, almost like time had stood still there. Around there village we found several cats lazing about in the sun. It must be a nice life for a cat to live in a fishing village! (No....they don't eat cats!) They live on houses on stilts and the villages are given the name 'little venice'.

After the fishing village it was back on ...

Leave Shanghai for Hong Kong

A travel blog entry by julians26 on Jul 02, 2014

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... After taking our supplies back to the hotel, we left to meet up with Sarah from the APT tour group, who was staying at the nearby Shangri-La Hotel. It was only a short walk but the route we took led us into a number of deviations due to roadworks or the need to use an underpass to cross large roads, so we ended up walking much further than we needed to. It gave us the opportunity to enjoy some views of Hong Kong harbour.

We met ...

In Defense of the U.S. (for once)

A travel blog entry by jbingham on Apr 15, 2014

... It's no surprise that the boom of China's economy coincided with American culture spreading all over--for some reason people get angry that a capitalist nation, well, capitalized. "But John, we're ruining their long-lived culture!" Oh, you mean the one that Mao Zedong tried to destroy himself? I'm sure the Chinese are devastated. No, they're not--the Chinese government allows this cultural diffusion because it stimulates the economy, end of story--its their number ...

Hong Kong and TwoDays At Sea

A travel blog entry by curioso on Mar 17, 2014

1 photo

... seconds when first turned on (changing from one tank to another). They thanked us for our patience.

And HAL management plays number games. We signed up when this was presented as 28 day cruise. Later it was split and changed into 14 day cruises, thus enabling them to avoid having a Bridge director, for example. But, we met a Dutch couple who qualified to become “Four Star Mariners” (more “freebies”) after the first 14 days. They ...