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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    China - Macau

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

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    ... of Our Name of God Macau, There is None More Loyal” which was bestowed by Portuguese King Dom John IV. in 1654. The “Leal Senado” building, constructed in 1784, is neo-classical in design and has retained all its original master walls and primary layout, including courtyard garden in the back.

    I almost forgot to mention that we were looking for a place to eat. We headed to the Happiness Street (Rua da Felicidade) which was supposed to be, at ...

    Attraction4-Na Tcha Temple(Brian)

    A travel blog entry by linhong_emperor on Mar 08, 2014

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    When we go to Ruins of St. Paul’s, we had to enter alley to
    visit the NA Tcha Temple. Na Tcha Temple is on the Ruins of St.
    Paul’s right. And it is a China’s traditional temple in Macau, so we can experience
    the ancient culture of the people in this temple.


    When we walk towards the Na Tcha Temple, at
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    Macau.. All in a days meanderings..

    A travel blog entry by mauza on Dec 04, 2013

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    ... br> As a tourist I head straight into the city centre for the Portuguese Senado square.. Famous for it's wave like pavers and Portuguese buildings such as the Holy House of Mercy built in 1569,St Dominic's Church circa 1587.. St Paul's, The Leal Senado a municipal building from 1874 to current day.. Remnants of the Old City Wall circa 1569 are a testament to their construction using clay,rice straw,sand, soil,crushed rocks & oyster shells.. Who would've thought of ...

    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 ...

    Historic Macau and Dancing Water

    A travel blog entry by ccsenn on Apr 06, 2013

    24 photos

    ... Macau very closely resembles Las Vegas from outside on the strip to the inside of the casinos/hotel.

    Lunch was at a Chinese restaurant across the street at the Galaxy hotel and casino. This is where we were introduced to the yummy pineapple bread. This is stuff is GOOD! We also had hot milk tea for the first time. It was different - not bad but not great either. It required a lot of sugar to make it drinkable for us. ...