Grand Skylight Hotel Shenzhen
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... easy for us to get lost. It took us some time to realise that the baggage collection was beyond the immigration gates! It did confuse us that the signs disappeared and that is why!! We had taken an older lady under our wing (poor lady!), and she uncomplainingly followed us around whilst we got our bearings. She was pretty relieved to be gathered up by her family (eventually!). After stumbling around a little more we located our lovely hotel, explored the shops (started filling ...
... decorated Peninsula Hotel, which is right on the harbor, offering great views of the skyline and the interesting laser light show that occurs nightly at 8pm. After a relaxing dinner in the Chinese restaurant at the hotel, we head out to the discount shopping area called Temple Street, which is a haven for knockoff brand items. Unfortunately, just a few minutes after we arrive, the lighting and thunder commence and the skies open up. Time to go back for ...
... the ride on the tram up the very steep railway track was quite exciting but when we reached the top after about ten minutes we were hit by strong winds and misty weather. It was expected but, nevertheless, disappointing. We were told that it is often like this and one passenger said that this was her third trip to Hong Kong and there had been low visibility on all her trips to Victoria Peak. She had yet to see the city from the top! After a while we boarded the coach ...
... a marine mammal park, oceanarium, animal theme park and amusement park, situated in Wong Chuk Hang and Nam Long Shan in the Southern District of Hong Kong. It is, together with Hong Kong Disneyland, one of the two ...
... was to head to the Marks and Spencer (yes trusty M&S), on the corner of our street to buy some snacks and then watch a film in the hotel room. However, turned out it was cheaper to eat at one of the dim sum restaurants, so we returned to Dumpling Yuan our trusty favourite. On our final day, we intended to make a trip to Macau, another SAR in the area of China. As we had not pre-booked our ferry, by the time we had reached the ferry terminal there were no suitable ferries for us. As ...