Seaview O City Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a decently sized supermarket. We took the ferry over from Central Piers, and disembarked onto Peng Chau, where the unhurried rural lifestyle was epitomised by the gaggle of elderly people sitting on plastic chairs under the banyan trees and having a right good chat. They only multiplied as the day went on. We headed off on the trail around the northern part of the island, going by temples and men doing some construction work along ...
... ships so we headed in that direction hoping with the crowds would come great options. As the World Cup is still in full swing there are large cartoon style football players from the recent Nike adverts dotted around the entrance of the mall. We went into the mall and found a Pizza Express which had views (mainly blocked by a cruise ship) of the harbour. It was a very nice meal but we were both knackered so found the nearest MRT station and headed home to North ...
I'm certainly a liberal guy, but I'm also a realistic one. One thing that has grown increasingly annoying on Facebook and everywhere else in the U.S. is the constant complaining without doing. Nobody knows what life is like on the outside, but complain about the inside. I was definitely one of those people. I thought I was enlightened when I criticized the U.S. for this and that--I was a grown, informed adult speaking out. Though there were plenty of people ...
... you, though, this winter season was unusually cold and changeable. At one point during this year’s Winter Olympics, the temperature in subtropical Hong Kong was cooler than Sochi. Once last month, temperatures in the city dropped from 21.5 C (70.7 F) to 7.9 C (46.2 C) in less than 24 hours.
But hail itself, while rare in recent years, isn’t actually that unusual for Hong Kong. In fact, 1983 was a banner year for hail storms.
... as it started, it was all over and thousands of people seemed to disappear into the night leaving empty shredded squid wrappers in their wake. We decided to hang around for a while taking in the sights of the skyline at night, when we were approached by 2 young students who had a photography project to do and wanted to take our photograph. They had an old Polaroid camera, a hand held light and a sheet of paper. We got a free photo for our trouble, and as ...