Gloucester Luk Kwok Hong Kong
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
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... br> By now I'm kind of disgusted with the commercialism here. Hong Kong is a great city that's relatively clean (except for bad smog) and is very efficient. But if you're not into shopping, there's not a lot here for ya. We think maybe the 48 hours here is enough.
The tram ride up and down was nice and the views on the top were spectacular. After the tram ride down, we walked around looking for our bus to Stanley.
We finally found our express bus ...
... When we got there, we went to go find LKF (Lan Kwai Fong), which is like their entertainment district. Lots of people come here for drinks after work or just a place to hang out. You'll predominantly hear English being spoken here. We went to have dinner at HK Brewhouse. I tried some new beers. The Delirium Red and Westmalle Trappist tripel.
We then headed home to catch some rest before a busy day tomorrow.
... Then we moved on to Wan Chai district for neon lights, clubs and bars with those with any association with Ireland crowded out, with green hat or Guinness hat-wearing revellers celebrating St Patrick's Day. Wednesday 18 March Hong Kong We walked and tram-travelled visiting more of HK's sights with a late breakfast at a local cafe, a drink at the Pawn House and an afternoon tea at the Western Market building. Travel back to ...
... schedule. Believing that the plane would be able to make up time as we flew we weren't worried about our connection at Hong Kong. However, after eating our breakfast/dinner we realised that we were due to land at Hong Kong airport at 6.25 to catch a flight at 7. Whilst that sounds doable we would only have 4 minutes to get across the mammoth airport from gate 63 to gate 511. Resigned to the ...
... up with lots of development under way. We then walked down to St. Paul's which was built by the Catholics in 1605 but was completely destroyed by fire in 1835. It has never been rebuilt and only the stone facade stands today over looking a very busy thoroughfare. We could also see the Casino Lisboa which is a gaudy looking building in the shape of a lotus flower. Lunch was served on the 60th floor of Macau Tower which has a revolving restaurant ...