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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... and sand and bamboo staging. A sign went up yesterday – looks like a new foot massage place – hmm. Little wonder none of the buildings look old – they’re torn down and rebuilt in a heart beat. And, as Eunice knows, not built well or to last. We now have 3 leaks in our apartment that Tom, the school janitor, can’t fix – I have to clean a pool of water from our fridge daily, the shower leaks across the floor to a drain and a ...
... café (ground floor).
If you are not too tired and still hungry for some culture consider visiting HK Heritage Museum. It’s a short and pleasurable, maybe 15 minute, walk by the river from the Plaza. On the way, just when you get off from Plaza there is a very nice garden in typical Chinese style, very nice Sha Tin Park with beautiful waterfall and the stage, just by the river, where people dance and sing all day long.
... journey. The flight only took just over 3 hrs instead of 4 so only time for one film!! When we got to Hong Kong it was the first time it sunk into me that this was probably the place we were least likely to find English speakers but never mind it's only 6 days I'm sure we will get by! We had decided to take the public bus as it was cheaper than the MTR but the driver ...
... is chilly!!!
In the evening we decide to go to Din Tai Fung, as the one in Hong Kong has Michelin stars and we loved the one in Shanghai. We set off at about 6.30pm on the tram thinking it would be really easy, how wrong we are! We have to be back at 9.30 pm to pick up our washing, three hours surely long enough - nope!!! The tram ends up taking over an hour and we get to the restaurant and there is a ...
... with the hot water provided and discover that you should not drink the water unless it has been boiled. We are in a huge room with lots and lots of circular tables. Apparently Hongkongers love hotpot. You chose your soup base and then order what you like to put in it. We have all sorts; pumpkin, cuttle fish, fish stomach, custard buns, fish noodles, it's pretty good. The soup arrives and is kept warm on a gas stove in front of you. It's ...