Zhongshan International Hotel
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... young girls come up to me asking for a picture, flash a simple peace sign and smile. It makes me wonder what they do with those pictures. Ahh but who cares, it made their day. Sometimes when we are sitting down to eat people will stop outside a window and sneak pictures of us eating. Or just people in the elevator, Almost anyone will nonchalantly sneak a quick photo of a group of 6 American girls everywhere we go.
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... the MTR and we got back to Olympic about 6, just enough time to get our bags and leave. Knowing we didn't have any food on the plane we went and got another Pepper Lunch for dinner, working out to the last HK$ what we could get, we got a large portion between the 2 of us and then made our way to Tsing Yi to get back on the airport express line. By this point we had given back our Octopus cards and bought the tickets separately, instead of HK$60 each which we had ...
... collision of Portueges colonialism, and Chinese culture. The architecture is stunning, there is always something intriguing to catch your eye and deciding what to photography is truly challenging. We ate Portueges one meal and Chinese the next. The egg tarts are as delicious as they come.
We didn't do too many activities in Macau, spending our days primarily wandering the streets and seeing the sites. Our first ...
... classical music to add to the ambience. Going inside I was expecting to be stopped in my tracks in my ‘farmer’ clothing, but nothing of the sort happened. I glided inside to the lobby, a shiny marble wonderland. Of course after just a few meters I found myself in the middle of the casino floor. This was vast… gaming tables and slot machines as far as the eye could see in every direction. I realized I was starving and thought I would have ...
... thing that struck me was through the teeming masses mainly gambling or eating, I spotted only 6 people with blonde hair. Macau is mainly popular with those from Mainland China and HK so the vacationing Caucasians are few and far in between. Other than poking around the hotels, we stuffed out faces (as per usual), checked out the ruins of the St Paul cathedral, and climbed to the top of the armoury to take in the view of ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center