Seaview O City Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and that it was strange that I was not married. The week also included our open house on Wednesday, the day before the holiday, and despite the predictions every single one of my parents showed up. I ran out of things to say 10 minutes after I started speaking so the parents and I smiled at each other and nodded a lot. A few asked questions and some of those questions made me stutter and look around for some reinforcements that were not there. One of the parents brought me a gift of ...
... and tonic till 8 when they stopped serving spirits. Still could have got a beer, but decided I'd have a quick look at the markets at night.
Walked through them at night; very colourful, but pretty ****** really. Turned into a side street with a view of getting some street food. Some looked OK, some looked inedible.
Saw a few punters (bloody appropriate) at one stall, so stopped to have a look and asked ...
... t believe it was so expensive- the sea's right there!!! Needless to say, we didn't have crab or lobster!! They brought out some nuts and chilli sauce- we found out after we'd started eating it that there was a charge for it; why do people keep giving us stuff without asking if we want it first! (it was only £1 but it's the principal). After eating we got two ferries back to Kowloon and went back to our box that we were actually growing quite attached ...
... half down to Lake Ontario and jumping off the pier, and getting in my convertible with my golf clubs in the trunk for a relaxing stroll around 18 holes. Hong Kong is a fantastic city but it is total sensory overload. I will not miss the constant beeping of all of the traffic lights, the auditory signals for the blind. As Will Carlin (Brooklyn) said, "Have you seen a single blind person in HK....Can you imagine being a blind person in HK... You'd get ...
... is included so we obviously want to ensure we get our money's worth. At the entrance to the restaurant a crew member is making everyone clean their hands with gel. There are signs everywhere about hygiene and we had to sign a form certifying we were not ill when checking in. Obviously they are paranoid about the bad publicity an outbreak of novo virus would cause. Its good to see they are taking this seriously but on the other hand you can't help thinking " Blimey. If I'd ...