Regal Riverside Hotel
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... to be flexible: running, swimming, cycling. Now, due to the back, I can no longer run or cycle so I decided to give something else a try. Not to mention being inflexible can cause problems, for example: if your hamstrings are too tight they can pull down on your lower back causing unnecessary pressure. My hamstrings are too tight, as is every other string and muscle in my body. So.. here's where the yoga comes in.
Nick & I joined a gym with the ...
... center for Asia, and the Chinese seem to like to gamble, so they have that going for them…
First thing we did in Macau was to go up Guia Hill where there was a lighthouse and a little church inside an old fort. There is also a good view over the city and harbor, and we were fortunate with nice weather. We walked to the Macau Museum next, enjoying some interesting architecture along the way. The Portuguese influence is evident as the buildings ...
... is walking distance, and it’s a really easy city to get the hang of.
One thing that really surprised me is that Hong Kong is really, really clean! If you wake up early and look outside, there are people sweeping the streets, sidewalks, everything. When we were up on Victoria Peak, there was a runoff channel on the side slope of the walking path – and there were three fellows halfway up the runoff ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRegal Riverside Hotel Hong Kong
Nice rooms, good surrounding, lots of amneties (especially if you book online)
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