Novotel Bauhinia Shenzhen
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Had a busy morning. Had to be out of the hotel at 11am and didn't have our flight until 9pm . Did some more window shopping at all the lovely designer stores, they're everywhere!. Went to the Kaiten sushi place which was an experience to say the least. After walking past their live fish to get in, and then being stared at by all the whole raw prawns etc as they made their way around the conveyor ...
Woke up to a beautiful day sunny day.After a good breakfast we were ready to tackle Sham Shai Po, We were going to take our carry on luggage for all the goodies but decided we would only look today and get ideas then go back tomorrow big mistake as we had to carry back may bags but it is all part of the experience. We went to the HAM radio shop called CQ for Peter to have a look then went ventured ...
... Island are lit up in colourful light displays and viewed from across the water - just like Shanghai.
It was time to work our way back through security and customs and return to Shenzhen China. Carly and Hayden desperately wanted a Hot Pot meal and they found one off the sky-walk in Shenzhen, so we sat down at 11:00 pm. 30 minutes before closing time ...
... t turn when I had my backpack on - I could only walk forward or backwards, Our room, at $70 Canadian per night, was good value for Hong Kong. I am 5'4" and I could almost touch both sides of the room when I outstretched my arms. It's crazy how small the living quarters are! Richard and I had to take turns getting into our bags because there wasn't enough room for both of us to move. Anyways, like I said, Hong Kong was exciting. We went to ...
... Hong Kong food was nothing like that.) When my friends had to work, I occupied myself by hotfooting it around HK by myself which I quite enjoyed - wandering in and out of shopping malls and down interesting side streets (by day I hasten to add) taking the ferry across the harbour multiple times and going up the Peak at night on the famous Peak Tram. After all that, it was almost a disappointment to pick up my visa no problem and head out.
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