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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... meal, I picked up the tab, which wasn’t too much nominally, but was, I think, a nice gesture. Anyways, we headed out and continued our night to the flea market. There, Mike and Zb got a taste of true China. They saw all the rubbish, smelt all the smells and met all the Chinese flea clerks. Yes the whole place at Dong Fang is shabby, but it’s China. And at Dong Fang, the prices are super cheap, and the products are, well, what you’d expect from China. We ...
... to Mong Kok station where we wandered through a very busy market area that was flogging all sorts of items. Once we finished wheeling and dealing there we headed back to our hotel. It is always a challenge in China/Hong Kong finding places to eat. There is sometimes no or very little english written on buildings to know what type of business it is. Lucky for us, tonight we tracked down another good Vietnamese restaurant. ----We finally have the panda video ...
We enjoyed a sleep-in today - one benefit of doing your own planning instead of being in a tour group.
Before heading off for the day, we walked a couple of streets away to a local laundry, where a bag of washing would cost less than a single shirt done through the hotel!
We continued with our idea of seeing places which would be busy at the weekend. We caught the underground (MTR) for the first time this trip and confirmed that this triggered the ...
... br> I honestly have many more examples of this, but I have to cut this section short or I'd go on forever. Just remember--next time you get angry because your package is taking 5 days in the same state and you're frustrated, recall my situation and stay strong.
Alright--let's cut it off. In my mind, there are even more things I could list--cleanliness and national parks, especially. God do I appreciate national parks now. However, this post is ...
... Bowen Road tennis club, until we reached a large car park.
Turning right took us to a leafy trail, which is used by joggers, walkers,and people exercising their dogs.
It s an easy and pleasant walk with views of the city below and the mountains above. Being New Year's day it was relatively quiet.
Continuing along the trail, we reached a large area known as the Wan Chai Gap rest area.