Royal Century Hotel
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... with some trees! But nice nonetheless. The highlight of the day followed on from here. We wondered down to the Victoria Peak Tram station, where we caught a 20th century tram built by a Scot in the late 19th century, back when HK was still a British colony, up to the top of Victoria Peak, a 1000m hill that overlooks all of HK. The tram didn't waste any time with bends, it literally went straight up, and at times felt very much like the ...
... other. So am relieved now we are here just for one night. You can't even walk around the bed. We have the day here today as our flight for Munich leaves at 11pm. We are hoping that the cloud has lifted so that we can go up to the peak to see the views of Hong Kong. Last night was a highlight as we went to Kowloon to watch the light show. Spectacular. Made the mistake of actually going into one of the antique shops here. I think that they feel ...
... street is the Nan Lian Garden... Again a peaceful oasis in the middle of the city. There was a fantastic pottery exhibit. Both the Nunnery and the Nan Lian Garden have been nominated to be designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. We were going to take the MTR down to the harbor to see the Laser Light Show tonight; however, the fog was dense this evening so we decided to stay at the hotel and pack for our flight to ...
Another in house day in Hong Kong.. the city is still buzzing and rushing by as I walk my 20 minutes to the Convention Centre.. feeling more like a local each day..
A glimpse over to the harbour shows plenty of activity.. another working day for all..
Once inside the Sugar Art area the familiar faces greet you by name and hugs from the happy guys "David & Ed"".. ...
... station there. We were flummoxed again upon on arrival at the metro station as the ticket machine was all in Chinese. After a short while of looking clueless at one of the machines the same bloke appeared behind us and told us he would order us a Taxi. Whilst being helpful and polite he was very forceful and we were in no position to argue. With no education in Mandarin we were clearly up the proverbial creek and he was our paddle. As we followed him through ...