Shenzhen Fortune Hotel
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... China. I wanted to go back to our less expensive part of town and have another beer but we made a stop first. The stop was the ladies’ apartment we had met at Sea World. It was a short walk their and an elevator ride to the 15th floor. They had a balcony, which made me jealous, and a view that was pretty awesome. I took 5 pictures and every single one came out blurry and terrible, so I have none to share. Since we had someone on crutches the decision was made to ...
... several stops and just taking in the city from our double decker perch we decided to hit the pavement and exercised our “hop off” privilege at the stop nearest to the Time Square area. Neither Bree and I really knew what to expect, of course our first thought was that we would find something reminiscent of New York and although the area wasn’t quite as visually stunning as NYC we did find something we had been sort of missing up to this point and that was ...
... We also visited the Sin Shut Study Hall, which was built for a specific ancestor of the Tang clan. The hall was used for worshipping this ancestor, as well as a study hall and as a school (it was quite common that children were educated within the clan, rather than going to a public school). We visited one more walled village (San Wai) until our stomachs started to cry for attention.
We walked back to the area where we had initially taken the minibus, since we ...
To start my trip on a good note, I decided to save $200 by flying to Shenzhen first, and then taking the train into Hong Kong. This worked out well because my flight arrived late and the trasfer took a few hours. So I found a random hotel near the Shenzhen airport, went to bed early and made the border crossing the next day. The trip from the airport into Hong Kong is super easy. First I took a bus back to the airport (1 rmb or 15 c) then I took subway to ...
... them during the day. The email bounced back. When I got to the office I tried calling them. The number was unobtainable. Dave and I searched various contact methods. None of them worked. In the end I contacted booking.com (whom I had booked through) via email. Did not tell Himanshu about this because of a conversation we had had about my lack of organisation and planning. Crossed my fingers went to the airport. Met Keren who had come to wave me off. ...