Rambler Garden Hotel
- Swimming pool
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- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... side of the harbour before heading back to the hotel. Later we walked back along the promenade to watch the 'light show' on the buildings of Hong Kong Island. We saw the 'light show' from the Avenue of Stars which is Hong Kong's version of Hollywood's boulevard walk of fame but with more home grown talent. However it is a place where all the tour buses from mainland China stop and disgorge the passengers. The Hong Kong residents do not really like the mainland Chinese. I ...
... ferry looking out over Hong Kong island and it was a little break from everything judg stsnding there and realise what a privilege this adventure was. There was a lot of walking and we discovered the museum of space!! That's right ladies and gentlemen this vacation just got educational! Besides that fact that honkers kids don't know how to form a line or have any manners and push anyone ...
... up with lots of development under way. We then walked down to St. Paul's which was built by the Catholics in 1605 but was completely destroyed by fire in 1835. It has never been rebuilt and only the stone facade stands today over looking a very busy thoroughfare. We could also see the Casino Lisboa which is a gaudy looking building in the shape of a lotus flower. Lunch was served on the 60th floor of Macau Tower which has a revolving restaurant ...
Stopped over in Hong Kong for a night and a day, while on my trip back to Australia.
Went up Victoria Peak which gives incredible views over the city and across to Kowloon.
Saw the Botanical Gardens on my way up and visited the zoo.
... in the form of little horse because i was born in the year of the horse and a jade turtle. Then it was on to lunch in a restaurant on Hong Kong island. We had a mix of food ranging from the relatively normal sweet and sour to some weird sweet potato thing which was pretty disgusting all washed down with a beer and some Chinese tea. Then it was off to the peak which offered some of the most incredible views of Hong Kong. There was a platform ...