Newton Hotel Kowloon
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... at Novotel hotel at Citygate which is a rather large shopping centre not far from the airport and got there about 7pm, it has escalators straight into the shopping centre and some rather nice shops to explore!
The hotel had a buffet dinner with 30 % discount so for ease we decided to give it a go. When we ordered a bottle of wine the waiter had a reaction somewhere between delight and surprise but it was a nice Savigion Blanc from New ...
... was a Chinese Dragon Parade which went past us to the tune of some loud drums which Jemima and Olivia enjoyed – or was it us joining them in the playground? When we got back to the apartment the play continued with big jigsaws of the United Kingdom and the world on the kitchen floor, and then suddenly it was time to get ready for a night on Hong Kong Island. Justin and Sarah very kindly took us to Dragon I, a restaurant serving a delicious mixture of Chinese, Hong ...
... to Travelpod so I will simply give the final scores which were 57 to P&O and 53 to Celebrity. We would certainly do another Celebrity cruise if the itinerary is right but will stick with P&O as our preferred cruise line. On that note I will bid my avid readers farewell and draw my blog to a close. Do look out for the next Hardman travel blog which hopefully won't be long in coming via email to your ...
A bit colder and breezier today particularly on the Star Ferry, a Hong Kong tradition. First stop was yet another good museum, The Hong Kong Maritime Museum, although some what bigoted in it's interpretation of Chinese naval history. Then spent several hours meandering around Kowloon which was not as frenetic as Hong Kong Island but Nathan Street was busy. A shoppers paradise but as expensive as the UK and the diamond ring I liked ...
Up early as our body clocks were still in Sydney.
I went to the fitness centre and dutifully did 5km on the bike then nice breakfast.
I do enjoy breakfasts in Asia- starting the day with fried rice and roast potatoes is a treat.
The pineapples are also very sweet.
I then caught a taxi to go to an English speaking mass that I found a few kms away.
It was quite interesting although the air conditioning was up way too high. I was nurturing thoughts ...