Seaview O City Hotel
Travel Blogs from Shenzhen
... skyline. Such as a building that was controversial due to the use of triangles which conflicts with principles of funshui counteracted this by having a fishpond . What I found amazing was the condensed areas of skyscrapers bordered by seemingly endless mountains. We wandered down with a new appreciation of Hong Kong and grabbed some lunch. We then headed back to the hotel via the downward descent of the tram. I picked up some shortbread biscuits from ...
... we buy 2 tickets for the 3D version with glasses, nip around the corner to buy some extremely nice macadamia caramel popcorn and get ready.
We walk down the stairs and see scaffolding and the floor is covered with cardboard, and there is the unmistakeable sound of building going on. No one else looks disturbed, so we find Theatre 5 and it is a delight, thankfully. Big, wide, deep comfortable chairs, we settle in and watch the film, with ...
... The big square in front of it is sandwiched between modern, beautiful buildings of Library and Philharmonic and usually is full of singers, dancers, musicians and many different artists. It's a one big art stage, specially on weekends.
Then we are going to a nearby Lianhua Shan - Lotus Hill Park where Chinese love spending their free time with family and friends, usually in a ...
... eat, shop and browse till then. Not before Janet threatened them with the police if they weren't ready by then! We thought we'd go to David's old haunt called Better Ole for lunch where we met the young owner as the staff couldn't understand us. He had been educated at Donvale PS and spoke like a real Aussie. He spent quite a bit ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services