Hotel Bonaparte by Rhombus

Address: No.11 Morrison Hill Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong, China | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Wan Chai area of Hong Kong, is near Happy Valley Racecourse, Wan Chai, Noonday Gun, and Hong Kong Racing Museum.
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    Day 19 - 21: Hong Kong, Skyscraper City

    A travel blog entry by djmorton on May 29, 2013

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    "Lesson #2: Don't put snow socks on when travelling in hot climates. Who knew socks have varying levels of warmth. Hiking shoes are ugly but heaps more comfortable than my normal attire."

    In many ways Hong Kong is the beginning of this journey into our new lives. It very much felt that way when we boarded the biggest plane I have ever seen …

    Hong Kong

    A travel blog entry by hippler on Jun 03, 2015

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    ... br> At night, we took the ferry back across to Kowloon peninsula to see the light shows on the high rises. Then headed out and ate at a supposed 1 star Michelin rated BBQ place. I had duck and Deanne had Pork. It was good, but gritty and we laughed that they are fast and loose with the Michelin ratings here as we see lots of ads touting that they're rated. There can't possibly be any corruption or lies here in a banking utopia, can there?

    In the ...

    Hong Kong

    A travel blog entry by vagabonddrift on May 15, 2015

    39 photos

    ... there. As we wandered around the streets we began to understand the history and culture. The trams and older architecture gave insight to how the island was founded by Europeans, and the cosmopolitan areas with the cafes, bars, shops and restaurants gave insight into the multiculturalism and bustling work-hard-play-hard atmosphere. There were shiny modern sky-scrapers amongst much older blocks of flats that gave perspective to Chinese development, in fact I read somewhere that ...

    The Last Leg - Back in Hong Kong

    A travel blog entry by matttravels on Apr 04, 2015

    15 photos

    ... years old gods and Nats (Myanmar) that can be seen in Buddist and Chinese temples across the region - worshipped in their own way almost as fervently.

    Another reminder that I had returned to "civilization" was the traffic and the pedestrians. I had got do used to the wonderful, controlled chaos in cities like Phnom Phen, Saigon and Hanoi, where everybody had to take responsibility for themselves, and it kind of worked, despite the millions of ...

    Hong Kong - You Stole My Heart!!

    A travel blog entry by sowhatnext on Mar 15, 2015

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    ... most ridiculous one I saw was as I was walking back to the cable car, when a 60 year old man turned up with a 3ft tall incense - he was clearly going to win that day!

    In the late evenings (after work) I went to see the light show at the Harbour, ate good food, watched movies in the hostel, checked out the local bars with the other people staying in my dorm, saw my friend Grace (who I hadn't seen for 10 years!) and just generally had a lot of fun!