Jingyuan Hotel (Beihuan Avenue)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... looked at Kowloon shops, then took the Star ferry across to Hong Kong Island, where we had a lovely afternoon exploring. Took bus to Stanley, and went to the street market. Had late lunch at a cafe overlooking the beach there, noodles and satay, tasty. Then bus and ferry back, used our octopus cards, like Oyster cards. A long day, walked miles. Exciting city, millions of people. English people seem well ...
... in HK - find a tailor so Evan could get suits made, and go to the beach and have a relaxed day-off just doing nothing. Constant holidaying can become tiring quite quickly, especially when you add in the extreme heat and culture differences. A good thing for me to remember when I have visitors :)
Finding a tailor was pretty easy - so many to choose from, and all of them hawking for business out on the street. You want suit, you want watch, you want bag, you name ...
... hour to get through the formalities. Our plane boarded on time but was about half an hour late leaving Milan. Unfortunately I couldn't get an aisle seat and feel claustrophobic near the window and having to clamber over people to get out for exercise and to use the bathroom. But it wasn't a bad flight and a couple of hours shorter than the leg from Hong Kong to Milan on our way ...
... the week. See pictures!
We then went to Stanley market and the town which was a bit like cambden market and a bit like the english seaside with temples dotted about. As we are suffering from jet lag we tried to stay awake but was quite hilarious when laura T managed to almost fall asleep reading the map on the bus! We got back to the centre of hong kong and kept walking round in circles so that we did ...
... also gives you $HK100 credit and can be topped at vending machines etc .. Cards can be returned and cash repaid .. Cards can be used on trains, buses, trams as well as many retail shops in Hong Kong, from convenience stores, supermarkets, fast-food restaurants, on-street parking meters, car parks, to other point-of-sale applications such as service ...