Shenzhen Hubei Hotel
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... met up at the McDonalds at Sea World, I grabbed a coffee before we hit the road. Then we started our walk and it was along the same road that led to Beijing Duck. Our tour guide, a person from our school, stopped every few feet and pointed out things to us. She showed us bars and pointed out the cool names; ie, Why Not bar. My friend Lin told me to never go there because they are basically brothels. She then asked our guide about it who agreed and family ...
... a really nice gym about 1km away from our apartment called California Fitness and purchased a pass for the week. We both enjoyed our daily routine of leaving the kids in the apartment for an hour and a half to study and read while we ran over to the gym to workout.
Since our apartment building was located in an extremely safe part of town right next to Victoria Park, we decided to try a little experiment in order to give the kids more independence. ...
... museum. It was so cheap- about 90p each!! Bargain!! We also paid another 90p each to get the audio guides. The museum was really interesting- more like a history museum than artefacts like the one in Shanghai. There was a lot about the British raids etc but we were actually painted in a really good light! It was nice! There were cinemas (with comfy seats!) with lots of films- one being about handing Hong ...
... br> Which place is best to stay in Hong Kong - the Island or Kowloon? I really don't think it makes much difference. Kowloon is shopping heaven and the Island is quieter with food markets rather than as many cheap clothing markets. Kowloon is busy busy. In reality you have to visit both so it makes little difference where you stay. I was very pleased with my hotel choice and would recommend. The midtown escalators were interesting but not much use to ...
... parts I understand. Hundreds of tiny stalls of all types crammed into a neon lit narrow street. Quite a spectacle, although to be truthful mainly tourist tat. Pater and I both bought a carrying bag each and bargaining is the name of the game. This I left to himself, who you will not be shocked to hear was a natural. G&R discovered something of greater interest in the next door alley. As in times gone by, here were dozens of individual stalls of butchers and ...