Pousada de Mong-Ha
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... to me, I thought most of the places where one of the same.
A last note on the casinos before moving on, inside, they only accepted Hong Kong dollars to play, not, the local Macau Pataca. It was a bit of a headache to know how much to carry of each, but in the end, I don’t think we spent a single dollar on any gambling floor. The minimum bet for any of the tables was $500 HK dollars, which, for us, was simply not worth it. That came out to around $60 US ...
... very very steep tram ride before an amazing viewpoint overlooking the city. We decided to walk down (my legs were not impressed the next day) and as a testament to how expensive Hong Kong is and especially Hong Kong Island the only cars that passed us were Bentleys, porshes and the like!!
We then went to the Botanical gardens which had lots and lots of monkeys which were cool before going back to Soho for lunch - an amazing Thai set lunch deal served by our first ...
... pub grub. It's interesting to note
how everyone over in Hong Kong seems to be an expat of some sort, which is a
huge contrast to Guangzhou two hours away - over there, if you are foreigner,
you are revered. Nonetheless, my
impression of HK so far has been awesome: the food is solid, the transportation
is convenient and the people are very polite and orderly. For some reason, maybe it's the environment,
... shuttle bus to San Ma Lo which is the more local/old part of Macau (although touristy as all hell).
We walked up to the ruins of St Paul's cathedral and had a look inside at the little museum they had there. From there we headed up the hill to the fortress that overlooks Macau. The fortress is well defended with only one path in and cannons lining the walls. Formidable indeed.
After a long sit at the fortress ...
This site provides an insite into Macau’s diverse community profile . Located close to the Casa Garden, the Protestand Cemetery provides a comprehensive record of the earliest Protestant community of Macau. The chapel, built in 1821, is now referred to as ‘The Morrison Chapel’ in honour of Robert Morrison. George Chinnery, an important ...