Ibis Hotel Dongguan Qingxi
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... village in the city of Shenzhen. We had been there before with Audrey and it’s an amazing place to visit. You see every kind of art work from copies of the European masters to original contemporary and abstract in all sizes. We searched for the artist who painted Belle and Willie but couldn’t find him. We got a couple of small prints for our apartment to liven up our bare walls.
My headaches have returned and were pretty constant for a ...
... Buddhas statues along its walls, it is guarded by huge, fierce-looking statues of various gods. The complex also has nine storey pagoda of Indian architectural design (it’s believed here that Buddha was a ninth reincarnation of Prince Vishnu), and vegetarian canteen. 69 steps further, on the hill, there is the Temple of Man Fat, containing the preserved remains of the man who created this temple – Yuet Kai, a monk that spend whole his life ...
Wednesday is free museum day in Hong Kong, we took full advantage if this and visited the science museum, the history museum and the space museum. First we had to navigate the MRT and find the station! The ticket machine was easy enough but the lack if change wasn't!! The information desk gave us some change and off we went. It was only a 10 min walk from the station. We decided to go to the ...
... a chocolate Danish as it was a bit chilly outside. Just around the corner is the Hong Kong museum of art and the Space museum. A lot of shops around the avenue of stars!!! Every night round 8 there is a light show ... Really would recommend this for people that love taking photos as the Harbour makes beautiful photos both day and night ...
... a few years ago and they look very new and designed and they are completely surrounded by sky scrapers. I think we like the more natural look and again Japan has spoiled us, they even try to mimic the Golden Pavilion but fail badly! They also have very militant wardens, who patrol the gardens, you cannot bring food in and you are only allowed water. We spends hours in the garden, chilling and writing diaries etc. The ...