Agile Hotel Nanlang Zhongshan
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... a coffee.. Terrible. Ordered one from the other counter. Better.
Ate and now we are on some benches resting. Only 4 more hours until we board here for home.
I WANT A GOOD COFFEE so hard!!!!!!
Mmmm 2 hours sleep on the airport bench, I drooled a lot! It's 8:30am in HK. 10:30am in Melbourne and 10:30pm in NY.
The final leg was ok. As we were ...
The Museum includes five ordinary green houses with Macanese architectural design.
There are five houses and they’re named as the “Macanese House,” “House of the
Islands,” “House of the Portugal Regions,” “Exhibition Gallery,” and “House for
... very much from him. Was talking to Cono a lot about the Fox Stops.
Anyway I could have sat and listened to those 3 have conversations for the rest of my life. haha. We all hopped a bus to get close-r to the peoples park. The bus ended up taking us the wrong way and we ended up walking all the way back and then to the park. In a long direction-ally challenged way. We made it to the park and after walking for a good 30 min in super hot weather we hiked a ...
Up at 4.30am and a quick goodbye to Bentley and Meaghan before Maddie and Francesca drove us to Devonport airport for a 6.30am short flight to Melbourne. It was a tearful goodbye and we will really miss them both. A short stop in Melbourne before a flight full of champagne and fun with a terrific flight crew and smooth flying. Then the long wait in Hong Kong, arriving at 5.30pm and not flying on till 0.45 am. There's only so much you can do so lots of walking round and round in ...
... The church was built in 1602 adjoining the Jesuit College of St. Paul's, the first Western college in the Far East where missionaries such as Matteo Ricci and Adam Schall studied Chinese before serving at the Ming Court in Beijing as astronomers and mathematicians. The church, made of taipa and wood, was brilliantly decorated and furnished, according to early travelers. The facade of carved stone was built in 1620-27 by Japanese Christian exiles and local craftsmen ...