Novotel Bauhinia Shenzhen
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... original early 1900s railway station. Came back and found ourselves in the Harbour City Ocean Centre that is attached to the overseas terminal. It is three or four levels of shops that stretch for hundreds of metres, all top line labels. Saw a Chinese girl with two big suitcases open one that was almost empty and put two Chanel bags in it and then went into the next shop. Not many shoppers around though. We were trying to find a coffee shop, but no success here. Found our way ...
... sit down and decide what we wanted to get as our list had grown way past our baggage allowance.
We had read in multiple reviews on the city that one of the must do things in Hong Kong is to shop and eat in the market, as our trip is very well planned and we have very limited time in each place we can't really afford to have a dodgy meal knock us off our flow for a day or two. We decided we wanted the atmosphere but not the street food so went into a ...
... our opinions, no matter how profoundly stupid they are. And man, they can be stupid. For better or for worse, the government doesn't shut down radio hosts with an IQ of 45, because that simply wouldn't fly. Despite a lot of corporate control, you can still write an article in the New York Times being blatantly anti-corporate and anti-Obama. You can release a movie with political undertones, or a movie that flat out is about a president being an absolute moron (W.). ...
... costs about 1000 HK
dollars a month which is about 140 US dollars. The privately owned accommodation inevitably looked smarter and was a lot more expensive. On the way back in the coach we saw the impressive array of tower blocks which make up the iconic landscape of Hong Kong. The IFC (International Finance Centre) building is the second highest building in Honk Kong but the most famous because both Batman and Angelina Jolie have both jumped off it (in different films of ...
... we were watching people peeling and separating a fruit out and packing it into trays. Curiosity and natural greed meant we had to have some, I have no idea what it is called. With our fruit we decided it was time to revisit Kowloon park for a picnic. We found a seat and with courage and a generosity of spirit I allowed Martin to try it first. When he went back for a second piece I decided it was safe to try. It smelled delicious, very ...