Hengfeng Haiyue International Hotel
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... O. Vendors lined the streets with dried seafood. Garrett and I tried the squid. It was put into a grill basket and warmed over a fire, then basted with a sauce. Kinda tasted like jerky, but fishy. Next stop is the Central Midlevels Escalator to Soho for dinner. Tomorrow we head to Macau for our last ...
... that from all the way over here for a U.S. product). Appreciate that strangers will tend to your every need even if they have no idea what kind of person you are--and will go out of their way to make sure you get that passport, with extra pages, within days of your departure to China (even if it was your fault to begin with that you started so late).
When it comes down to it, it's pretty amazing. We have this very intricate, complex system in the U.S. in which ...
... we got to our transfer station, the crowds were manageable again.
We then embarked on a stressful and tiring trek from the train station to our new hotel, the Intercontinental Hong Kong. We entered onto Nathan Road, the main street of Kowloon. It was a bit of a challenge to work our way through the crowds with our luggage, and a few of the lifts we needed weren't working, but we powered through this challenge and made it. Remember my ...
... Elias and Olivia just wanted to stay in their condo with their flat screen and a steady stream of brainless kids’ shows. Elias also got to play with all the toys left behind by Ronnie and Karen’s sons who are now studying in the U.S. Ultimately, you really only do two things in HK – eat and shop. Well, no shopping for us – we still have 8 more months to lug our packs. So we ate! We had so many yummy meals with our friends, including our ...
... views of the city came into sight. Hong Kong is truly a beautiful city. Its history is also very interesting, as one can obviously see the somehow seamlessly intertwined Eastern and Western, modern and ancient architecture. Running along that path felt like running through history; I could see the British suits and coats occupying the streets, bringing along their Western habits, mannerisms, foods, and lifestyles. I almost felt I could visually see the conflicting ...
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