Renaissance Harbour View Hotel Hong Kong
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Great location, excellent service, good views of the harbour
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I worked much of the first half of the flight, and we had wifi, which was nice. We were also upstairs; again, nice. Somewhere over the Aleutians, I tried to nap for a bit. It didn't work too well … I was mostly awake until we crossed over Japan. Then I slept. I woke above Taiwan and had brekkies. Not very good, but at least there was coffee.< …
As with all the other entries in this blog, the Hong Kong visit was work related, so my main contribution is photos taken during a couple of weekend outings.
The hotel was convenient to where I was working, ferry service and food outlets, plus my room had a good view of the harbour towards Kowloon.
The weather was quite …
Some more walking around town showed a couple of different aspects of Hong Kong island.
The day that I did a harbour cruise I was lucky that the weather was excellent, as the blue skies in the photos show. I took many shots of the different types of activities on the water, but have only attached a few along with some good, some …
Flight to Hong Kong today. Up early. Said a sad goodbye to Vietnam. We really loved it - hope we'll come back some day.
Board our Vietnamese Airline's flight to Hong Kong. Land in HK and then taxi trip to HK Island which takes about 30 mins. Too many of us and too much luggage to fit in one taxi, so two it is!
Staying on the 30th …
... entertained for the night.
The next day we decided to head to Macau. Macau was formally an over sea's colony of Portugal and was the first and last colony in the far east. It was handed back to China from the Portuguese in 1999. Like Hong Kong, Macau is governed by China's "one country two systems" policy. It's meant to leave HK and Macao with more leniency when it comes to freedom of press, speech ...