The Pavilion Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... lunch in Pizza Hut (at about 15.00) we were ready to experience some sightseeing around the city of Hong Kong. First of all, we decided to explore the neighborhood called “Tsim Sha Tsui” where our hostel was actually situated. We immediately noticed that Tsim Sha Tsui was home to a variety of restaurants offering a huge range of international cuisine, plenty of large modern shopping malls and historic buildings. The scenic waterfront promenade offers some of the ...
... Been a long time since civilisation Go for another cigarette before bed while Leah nips to the shop for some water. ****** aussies are there chatting to a guy called Mark from "Canadia". More of the pack turn up and try chatting to me. I go to leave. They ask me if I know what sticky fingers are and whether I want some. In my haste to leave I trip over the step and fall out of the smoking area to much raucous laughter Oh well, I don't know them United - 1 Liverpool - ...
... In any case, we left with bracelets for our daughters and mothers and some figurines for our son. I had been looking at a jade bangle, but my hands were swollen (heat, allergies, possibly) and my wrists are very small, such that large bangles fit my hand, but then were awkwardly huge around my wrist.She kept lowering the price, which was delightful, but her aggressiveness became intrusive and we left without the bangle.
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... we are to take every day. It’s highly suggested to take them with food and milk because they are so strong on your stomach. Come to find out that it’s hard to find milk in Hong Kong as people simply don’t drink it, not even kids. They only have it in their coffee and tea. So, we had to hunt for milk in the Disney parks each day before we could take our pills. During our hunts, we started to realize that almost every cast member took ...
... was like the local "barrio". A zone that might not have the best roads nor building, food stalls and vendors taking residence on the 1st floor of apartment buildings, clothes drying from windows and doorways and the ever present smell of spilled fuel mixed with rotting produce. Some might be horrified by my descriptions, but I kind of think I landed in what some would describe as a typical Chinese neighborhood. I supposed it was a low-middle ...