Marco Polo Shenzhen
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... his husband Jay. They fell in love with her and had their picture taken. Daniel explained that they also have a bear and little little would be added to his facebook. Cute!
Ok, we are back in the room now and just changing before heading out to experience the Hong Kong district (not Hong Kong Island, that is tomorrow) by night. We are here for two days remember. Hope you are all well!
Another update tomorrow or tonight depending how tired I ...
... to the hotel. I had stayed at the Peninsula on my previous trip and wanted Rick to experience its grandeur and tilt toward the old Hong Kong. When we arrived High Tea was in full swing and we became reluctant participants since our room was not quite ready. Tea, finger sandwiches, sweets, scones presented in the style of the colonial times. Our room faces Victoria Bay and Hong Kong island and once again we are in awe but delighted by the skyline. The ...
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Hong. Kong. Is .Awesome. FACT.
If you have never been, you need to go. If you've been, you need to visit again. I don't understand how anyone couldn't love this place - it's East meets West, city meets nature, skyscrapers meet mountains. It's a busy city full of people, but somehow it has a more chilled out vibe than places like London, for example. I like London for the history but I dislike it as a city, I don't think it's nearly as liveable as Hong Kong. ...
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On Saturday when we woke up, it was cloudy and looked as if it would rain all day again. However, since we were heading back to the mainland on Sunday, it was the day to go to Disneyland Hong Kong. We ate a meal at The Flying Pan, and took the metro to the mainland. Disney has it's own metro line :) ! By the way, the metro in Hong Kong is slightly different than in Shanghai, the trains look like metal, not as plastic-y, and the seats are smaller with ...