L'Hotel Nina et Convention Center
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... train just for disneyland. The windows were all in the shape of Mickey Mouse's head, and there were characters all through the inside. Of course the first ride I made us go on was the Pooh bear ride. It took you through the story of a blustery day, and although it was probably the lamest ride there, I loved it!!! I guess the Winnie the Pooh loving child in me is still there. The teacups were alot more fun than either of us expected, we couldn't stop laughing and grinning the entire ...
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... was very good! And you can't make Zero ice cream taste bad! 10:15 PM- Cabaret Showtime- " A Classy Affair" Starring Camilla Twisselman This show started a little late which is very unusual here. She must not have been ready. She put on a very good show, singing her favorite songs. She is great and she had the Silverseas's players ( a 3 piece band) as back up. She also had Max and another gentleman, Frank up to sing with her. They were great! A nice ...
... jagerbombs to play flip cup with and free drinks for the ladies all night, we also got to compete against 10 other teams which made for a pretty good time. They play flip cup differently here though because you have 5 people on a team and everyone gets a jagerbomb to chug before you flip your cup but the difference is both people on the ends start and then you work your way in to the middle player who is the anchor of the team. The twist is the judges compare your ...
Portuguese, then British imperialism stole Hong Kong from China in the 19th century, forced a breach in China’s sovereignty that eventually crippled China’s politics and economy. Finally after WW2, Britain acquiesced and agreed to return HK in 50 years, 1997.
During British rule, neither country could prevent capitalism from running rampant. Import, export, finance, banking, tax ...