Metropark Hotel Shenzhen
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For us it was extremely good not to sleep through the alarm clock for once and we where up and out before 7. This was mainly down to the fact that we had a 24 hour train ticket that we had picked up the day before and it ran out at 11 so we wanted to get the full use out of it. We first headed over to a temple and had a look around and it was very impressive but the gardens did not open till 9 so we jumped back on the train and headed over ...
... we can find our way round pretty well. As long as we can see The Peak and the sea we have some idea where we are but in these huge under cover Malls we are like Hansel and Gretel. The very helpful information people look at us blankly when we ask for the ship but eventually we step gratefully back on board. Have dinner upstairs with a window seat and watch as the magic of Hong Kong by night slips slowly ...
... and I stayed back in the apartment. That gave me time to work on my travel blog.
Carly came back with some fresh fruit! Bananas, strawberries and cherries, which we devoured quite readily! The cherries were exceptionally delicious! All the fruit were of good quality.
I will add here the excellent job Carly has done of organizing the flights, accommodation, tours, and commuting taxis to and ...
The Hong Kong China Temple is located in the beautiful
residential district of Kowloon Tong, a suburb of Hong Kong on the Kowloon
Peninsula. The temple proper occupies the top three floors of the building while a meetinghouse, mission office, apartments for the temple president and
mission president, and Beehive …
... there it was just across the hall for the hotel shuttle bus, which dropped us off at the Harbour Grand hotel.
Holy ****, this really was a 5* hotel, complete with harp player at the top the stairs, sat in front of a full wall water feature, it was like the marble version of the titanic. Needless to say two sweaty Irish people with huge backpacks didn't look or feel at all out of place!!!
Checked in, ...