Marco Polo Shenzhen
Travel Blogs from Shenzhen
... amp; sour pork along with the biggest shrimp...chilli shrimp. This restaurant was recommended to me by a fellow passenger on the Yangtze cruise. A few final thoughts on China: 1) Go with the flow, things might not be the same, but if you have an open mind and are willing to adapt, it all works out 2) not sure if it was a full moon, or if China is trying to boost its tourism, but I found the Chinese to be very polite and friendly. One of our guides suggested it ...
... that they were closed, because of the 'Chinese New Year Holidays'. Mission aborted, we headed back to the apartment to wash our underwear by hand and to wait until we got to Kuala Lumpur and see what we could find there. Meanwhile I washed a few items out by hand to tie me over until we returned home, if need be.
The boys and Carly went out to find a telecom shop to buy sim cards for their phones, ...
... of wine - you took a sip and a hand came over your shoulder and the glass was topped up. At the start of the meal Phoenix made the formal announcements an Houston translated for the Brits. Candy had produced an audio visual display of photographs throughout grandmas 81 years. A magician came on stage during the proceedings and Phil acted as his stooge (It came easy to him). Towards the end the birthday table and family went around every table and made a toast ...
... for a lift! I thanked him and he whizzed off never to be seen again! There were two lifts with two queues and I noticed the other one was shorter than mine so I shifted across. The lift was tiny and old with thick metal doors and only took 6 small people so it was ages before I could enter. Waiting in the queue was quite entertaining as there were 2 screens showing the people inside the lift progressing very slowly up and down (must remember not to pick ...
... man. Although most know him for his high kicks and chop socky flicks. Theres much more to him than that and it was indeed interesting to learn more about the "little Dragon" who inspired me. He even went to a school in "Perth Street"(weird!) The exhibition had many personal items from the Lee family home and really told a deeper story. He was a philosopher, a poet, father and icon. I hope LG wasn't too bored but I thoroughly enjoyed ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool