Ramada Hotel Kowloon
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Smoking rooms available
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... for an hour. Doing the extreme by seeing Hong Kong at the highest level then down to sea level was a radical change. We saw more areas that were interesting from the harbour than what you see from a bus. There appears to be an abundance of commercial construction happening in Hong Kong along with road development. There are over 8000 high rise buildings in Hong Kong second only to New York.
That evening we had a meal before heading ...
... would e taken hours to sit in just to buy a ticket, then another line to hop on the tram. We thought better of this, so ran back down the hill and had a walk around the Pacific Place mall, yet another high end affair where the only shopping we could afford was the window kind! Back onto the tram and we hopped of for dinner at a Japanese place where we all enjoyed something we couldn't pronounce and enjoyed a chat with a British expat. People seem so friendly ...
... many food stalls, spicy crabs, dim sum, haha, I don't even know what it all was, but the market was pretty much what you would expect. I have to say though, the market had nothing on the market in Madrid Spain. That still remains the most impressive market I have ever been too! While I was there I found a vendor who was selling paintings -this is my thing, instead of buying typical souvenirs, I buy house hold/practical/useful items, or art! I got two paintings for just over ...
... a couple of purchases after a bit of bartering by moi! After all that excitement this finished the boys off! We are staying in an hotel where we kept seeing lots of rugby players and discovered that Hong Kong sevens are hosting the world's first Asian sevens. The sevens tournament was over the weekend and being held very close to our hotel. So we strolled in and the added bonus it was free to get in. We saw the opening ceremony appropriately a lion dance, afterwards it ...
... a look. walked around the water edge for a while until it started to rain again so we caught the MTR back to our hotel for afternoon tea and a bit of a rest as my ankle in still playing up a bit, need it in top condition for tomorrows fabric shopping. The weather has really closed in this afternoon looks like we could be back in Shanghai with all the smog but at least this is only ...