Master Hotel (Shenzhen Taining)
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... facilities were outside and that was where I found a Hello Kitty café called Bonbons and I also saw a Cold Stone Creamery. The main attraction here was a play area for the kids where they were all strapped up and wandering around high above their parents heads on a course that looked like an easier version of Wipeout. You know, without the catapults and things to jump over. Either way I kept waiting to see them move but the girl at the front of the line I was watching was ...
... Repulse Bay, Aberdeen, walked up to Victoria Peak , took the escalator from the Middle Level to the Upper Level - longest series of connecting escalators, Nong Ping cable car to Big Buddha - brilliant 30 min trip, 2.5 hr line up, Ladies Market -Ian enjoyed bartering to get the best price, Tao - a small traditional fishing village with houses on ...
... time it got going the breaks would come on!! Paul thinks it may have been because there wasn't a lot of weight on it (maybe a quarter full). What anticlimax! We decided not to go again! We wondered off and found one of those rides that take you up then drop you suddenly. Now, I absolutely HATE these rides! Give me any roller coaster in the world but not these!! As we got to the top Paul was trying to release my death grip from the handle bars and because I ...
... love horse racing many a betting agency, lots of market style shops selling dried foods, seafood, noodles, ginseng, there are not many clothing & shoe stores in this area. The weather was very humid and exhausting. From there we caught the ferry back to Kowloon, then the shuttle bus to our hotel for a welcome shower before dinner. We had dinner again downtown Kowloon, this time a western meal, we walked back to ...
... past eight. The ship is actually moored at Kowloon which is across the river from central Hong Kong and so we needed first to drive through one of three tunnels under the river.
The first stop was Victoria Peak which is 1305 feet above sea level and affords a 360 degree panoramic view of Hong Kong Island, Kowloon and the New Territories. We were lucky because the weather has been bad for a few days and yesterday visibility at the peak was zero. ...