999 Royal Suites & Towers
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... speed ... it was great to have a ride on this amusing transport as we had watched it the day before. We would have loved to have found a coffee shop to sit and watch the world go by but life is different here and they are few and far between. It was sad to have to go and pack up our gear to head back to the airport - we love Hong Kong - so much more to explore! Highly recommend Harbour Grand Hotel and upgrading to the Club .... See Patrick he is a ...
... temperatures! Anyway, we ran around this huge city, ate lots of delicious food, drank awesome cocktails, shopped, saw some impressive architecture and went on a cool tour that showed us an amazing Buddhist temple and gardens tucked away...in the middle of the city. On Saturday we boarded the hydrofoil and headed to Macau for some long overdue gambling. I grew up around gambling, having spent countless weekends with my ...
... a direction left or right, just like Swansea ;).
We continue our wanderings and make inevitable comparisons with Kowloon. This area is mostly residential, although there are hotels here, most tourists head downtown toward the skyscrapers and shops. Here people are going about their business and there are no street hawkers and gentlemen trying to smarten Martin up. But there are colleges and universities here which gives the area a student ...
... item. Dexter and the 2 Bens won this round. The final challenge had double points on the line. It was the best bargaining power based on percentage off. Nathan, Jasmine and Dexter won the final challenge with being able to get the vendor down by 95%. Dexter took out the championship!!! Late night tonight due to the shopping spree, but the students are buzzing, a combination of the market stalls and the anticipation for Disneyland ...
After debating for some time, on my final full day in the area I crossed into mainland China, visiting the city of Shenzhen.
Taking the metro up to the border, and crossing the pedestrian bridge through the no-man's-land, I went around the corner, where after filling in some forms and handing over about £50 I was given a 5 day visa to the Special Economic Region - far easier than applying for a normal Chinese visa.
Being checked at ...