Pousada de Mong-Ha

Address: Colina de Mong-Ha, Macau Peninsula, Macau, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Colina de Mong-Ha, Macau Peninsula, is near Ruins of St. Paul's Cathedral, Monte Forte (Fortaleza do Monte), Zhuhai Seaside Park, and Pawn Shop Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Macau Peninsula

    It's Christmas I

    A travel blog entry by chriswrobs on Dec 28, 2014

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    ... my name was the only one called over and over again. The kids kept calling my name, asking for pictures, sharing food and turning their attention to me. Yes, this may be egotistical, narcissistic on my part to mention, but it left a lasting impression I can’t hold in. It was a special night, and the act of my students constantly returning to me, made the night all the more memorable.

    Christmas with the Boys

    On the Tuesday before Christmas, floor ...

    Auenida De Almeido

    A travel blog entry by fivefingers5 on Mar 19, 2014

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    ... of Mercy. We think it look like angel.There is
    many tourists every day. Macau’s people don’t often get to there to buy things. There is a souvenir shop near the
    street. We recommend u to try their egg tarts. It tastes really good.
    Youmust to get there and take a look. We guess you will like there and like Macao!!
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    Macau by way of Hong Kong

    A travel blog entry by alreadypacked on Jul 30, 2013

    46 photos

    ... in Macau, we had to show passports at immigration before boarding a bus to go to the ruins of St. Paul Cathedral. The area was absolutely overrun with tourists. It was difficult to find a spot to take a proper photo or even get a good look. The museum, which was our next stop on the tour was just across the street, so we walked over there and found a shady spot to sit down. It was fun to people-watch while we waited about fifteen minutes for ...

    Steaming Hot in Macau & Hong Kong

    A travel blog entry by gtlr on Jun 18, 2013

    ... so we went in to buy our tickets and I asked for tickets for Hong Kong. As far as I knew it was all Hong Kong however when we got through customs and to the departure gate found that I should have bought tickets for Kowloon and so we ended up at the ferry on Hong Kong Island opposite where we were staying. When we realised we had asked if we could change the tickets but of course you can't however they told us which MTR to catch and where to change to get ...

    Just a day trip....for now

    A travel blog entry by kateschronicles on Jul 12, 2012

    89 photos

    ... direction of Italian Jesuit Carlo Spinola. After the expulsion of the Jesuits, the college was used as an army barracks and in 1835 a fire started in the kitchens and destroyed the college and the body of the church. The surviving facade rises in 4 colonnaded tiers, and is covered with carvings and statues which eloquently illustrate the early days of the Church in Asia. There are statues of the Virgin and saints, symbols of the Garden of Eden and the Crucifixion, angels and ...