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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... was a hot, muggy day and we were tired from the extra couple miles we had walked on accident. So we went out and every cab that passed was already full except for one but when we told him where we were going he kicked us out. So we had to walk to the subway. We planned to ride the subway to Coco Park and catch a taxi home from there. We hatched that plan because we figured it would be the quickest way home and we wanted to get home before we reconvened for a large ...
The word posh supposedly came from the old days when the Brits were sailing from England to India and stood for Port Out, Starboard Home. The more desired (and expensive) cabins were the port on route to India as they got the morning sun but cooled down for the evening as they had no afternoon sun and the starboard rooms however were hot into the night. The opposite was true for the return journey. So the wealthy travellers got the desirable cabins and their names ...
For dinner on our last night in HK, Richard took us to an amazing spot in Kowloon called Hutong. The restaurant is situated at the top of an office building with direct views over the harbor and Hong Kong island. The menu was massive and everything sounded good! We finally settled on some veggie spring rolls, crispy beef, lamb ribs, ...
... We feel we are fairly diligent about how our kids behave in public, but the Chinese bring helicopter parenting to whole new heights.
11. A Scooter is cool....15 billion sharing a sidewalk with you....not so much!
12. The server to customer ratio is high and the waiters and waitresses are at your service, whether you need them or not.
13. There are many public spaces and a big sense of community ...
... white dolphins, unfortunately there were none to be seen but I enjoyed it nevertheless.
I took a bus journey along a winding road up to Victoria Peak on Hong Kong Island. At the viewpoint (the highest point in Hong Kong) there were amazing 360' views over the island and across the bay to the mainland, despite the blanket of fog settled across the city. From the busy Central area I took the ferry back to the mainland which gave a ...