Pousada de Mong-Ha
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... access to a 24 hour convenience store and other eateries. The first two days went well as I managed to
recoup the equivalent of roundtrip
Canada to China. But the thing with Macau games are they are very steep: it's been stated that they make 10x the
revenue of Vegas, and true to that, the smallest game I could find were about
4x larger than what I'm used to back home.
A dealer was telling me a group of ...
... had a strange thing appealed us. There also had many colorful statues on the wall, their faces were sad and kind. So we visited it for a long time.
Dom Pedro V Theatre(崗頂劇院 ;) was near to the church, so we arrived there only 5minutes. We were so happy because we didn’t need to walk more! There wasn’t any performance in the theatre in that day, so the auditorium ...
... But let me tell you, it is push and shove to make it on the bus!!!! An then you are hoping your bags will be on too since you leave them at the cargo door before getting crushed at the door of the bus! All is well, our bags were on and arrived with us.
It was a short walk to the hotel which is conveniently located right above KL Sentral, the main train station in the city. Due to the delay, we opted to ...
... because of the heavy holiday road traffic. Getting off the train in Shenzhen, we hopped the subway to take us the approximately 80 minute trip to Shekou Harbor, where we would hop a ferry to cross the pond to Macau. Fortunately, we met a Chinese lady on the bus we told us we could take the ferry to Zhuhai (next door to Macau) for about 50% of the price, and cross the land border there. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center