Jingyuan Hotel (Beihuan Avenue)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... until the evening time so we decided to go on the big bus tour to explore the city. We hopped on the ferry to the other side which only took ten minutes and the main mode of transport to the other side of the island. We enjoyed our brunch on the ferry as well which consisted of a 6 inch subway, tuna for moi and Colm's usual Italian BMT. With food in our bellies and the hop on hop off bus waiting for us, we were on our way. There was a choice of two routes and we chose to do ...
... Buy your tickets in advance and get a reservation time. Alan’s team had done just that and to my surprise, we were whisked by the “waiting troops” to the head of the line!!! (None of us dared make eye contact with “the troops”)
What can I say about Bubba Gump’s? You had to be there to appreciate the whole experience, what with crowding 90n people into a space that could seat ...
... our first time around was an authentic handmade Chinese dress shop, unable to resist we had a look and Kayley made a purchase of one dress for HK$535 (£40.20).
There was a queue to get back on the cable car but it was considerably shorter than the one on the way there. After a nice, peaceful journey back we popped into an shopping outlet to see if there were any bargains we could pick up.
We fancied having a look at some shops but didn't want to spend ...
... like MnM's (and had the same effect) while knocking back a couple of cans one after the other. That managed to give me a couple of hours respite. But unfortunately I was still a couple hours out of Heathrow. Fortunately I saw this girl in Hong Kong and got talking to her. Like me she was traveling and had sorted a job in Italy for a couple of months. We ...
... myself and walked the full length of Nathan Road, through Mong Kok and Tsim towards the ferry terminal, clearly the locals believe I need new attire as the tailor made suit requests continued. An interesting road that goes on for just over a mile, though various local areas, showing the true mix of old and new Hong Kong, affluence means everything with suited business men being picked up in Rolls Royce taxis, whilst others hawk junk to get by, I guess that's no different to ...