Shenzhen CNPC Tower Sunshine Hotel
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
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... we went to the wet market, the reason most of us were there. The wet market is where a lot of people shop for food. They have vegetables, fresh fish and other sea life, fresh poultry and meat. In fact a lot of the stuff is still alive when you go there. You can pick out a chicken, have it weighed, negotiate a price, and they will kill it and clean it. You can do that with the fish, eels and crabs too. I did not see larger animals that were alive but I saw the ...
... actually glad that they got lost and had to overcome a little fear and adversity. Baby steps to independence.
We took a taxi over to Kowloon on the other side of the harbor on two separate occasions - once to go shopping and once to visit the Hong Kong Museum of History. We walked down the famous "Ladies' Market" in Kowloon, a densely packed street stretching for over 1km filled with hundreds of stalls selling everything from counterfeit watches, ...
... the buildings opposite to music. It was really good- I really enjoyed it! I took a few videos (burning my tongue on my hot chocolate in the process) and dropped my phone- got lovely lines going through the screen now!! After the light show we decided to head back to our box because Paul wasn't feeling great- it turned out he was dehydrated but after a couple of rehydration sachets and a few litres of water he was ...
... against intrusions by various nomadic groups or military incursions by various warlike peoples or forces. Several walls were being built as early as the 7th century BC; these, later joined together and made bigger and stronger, are now collectively referred to as the Great ...
... a Harbour Cruise and watch the Laser Light Show, which was strangely disappointing. We all felt the same. Not sure what we expected, but hey ho it was certainly an experience to see the Kowloon and HK Island waterfront lit up from the Harbour. The accompanying buffet we were somewhat unenthusiastic about. To the forefront of the mind was the recently viewed alley of meat and fish vendors!! A salad is extremely good for you of course. Returning to the hotel we passed ...