Jin Yue Hotel

Address: No.111 Zhongshan Frist Road, Shiqi District, Zhongshan, Guangdong, 528400, China | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.111 Zhongshan Frist Road, Shiqi District, Zhongshan.
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        Winner Winner Chicken Dinner

        A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Apr 25, 2015

        12 photos

        ... of construction that is taking place it is sure to be a completely different place in the coming months and years but one thing will definitely remain the same…the casinos will always be full! With our time in China finally coming to a close we were very much looking forward to returning to a country that we had such a wonderful introduction to on our cruise, Vietnam. With one last roll of the dice, we were off to Hanoi!

        Until Next Time…David & ...

        China - Macau

        A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Jun 29, 2014

        97 photos

        ... We discovered that another option would be to walk a bit further and catch a bus operated by Star World Casino which was supposed to be free of charge, however, public buses cost only HKD 3,2 per person so we figured it wasnīt worth looking for the free bus in order to save USD 0,4 (USD 1 = HKD 7,75). The dark side of the public bus was the fact that we were required to put the exact amount to the box standing next to the driver which we obviously didnīt have since we had ...

        Macau by way of Hong Kong

        A travel blog entry by alreadypacked on Jul 30, 2013

        46 photos

        ... 6 a.m. We watched the sun rise over the city from our balcony. Breakfast was delivered to the room. We have settled on the same breakfast menu on port days: coffee, tea, orange juice, cut melon, croissants and rolls, and two bottles of water to take with us off the ship. Good and reliable.

        We met in the Princess Theater, as usual, to join the group going to Macau. This was a smaller group than for other trips we've made. It started with a ...

        Observations of an alien...

        A travel blog entry by missfit on Apr 07, 2013

        8 photos

        ... ups of the urine stream and his relieved face! No penis, thankfully! Oh, and they absolutely lurve their neon!! This place at night looks like a Christmas extravaganza on steroids! Really, I don’t think they care if the West buys their stuff; the domestic market is sufficient to  sustain the most modest business which, by the way, can open any hours it wants. There are  more than likely some restrictions, but I've yet to see them or learn about them. It just seems that ...

        Macau BEFORE all of the disaster!

        A travel blog entry by fancy5 on Sep 22, 2012

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        ... Going back to China, you must first pass the Macau border where they stamp your departure and then you must take a bus that drives you further down a ramp where the China border is and that is where you get your stamp of arrival into China. Well, as many of you already know, my sister was detained at the China border when we were trying to get back. Apparently the Chinese Embassy had only issued her a one entry visa into China. So the day that we flew into China was considered her ...