Shenzhenair International Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... by train or get a hotel. It also seems your phone might not work in Hong Kong. Those of you who have looked at the map can see I am literally right above Hong Kong. It is silly to think I can’t use the phone I just bought there but it is what it is. It barely matters because I can’t go there until the Chinese government sends my passport back. After I ate that ambition to leave kind of evaporated. So I started listening to some music and that was about the ...
... a few side tours. The first stop was the longest suspension bridge in the world. 3.4 kilometres long. It links the main land to Lantau Island. It was built the year before the airport was completed. The airport is on completely reclaimed land from the sea. I think it was finished in around 1998. A little beach on the way, boring, no swimmers, I think mainly a toilet stop, or 'happy place' stop. Interesting when on one side the cubicles have normal seats and on the other ...
... may have been a mistake. It was the manager's birthday so we were invited to a shot of Italian lemoncello...I'm so sorry for misspelling it. I was quite tasty. The restaurant's name is Antipasta (I think, my picture was a bit blurry) and I give it a 4, the hope that someday I'll be able to return (there are lots of restaurants to try in HK), and best wishes for continued success. We stayed at a hostel called Comfort Hostel on Paterson St. and it was alright. The ...
Three alarms later and we finally woke up only leaving our selves 20 minutes to get changed, have breakfast and meet Daniel from 4M (our guide for the day) down at the MTR we then set off on our tourist day. First stop, the Peak!! We caught a tram up to the top of the Peak expecting to get some awesome pics of the City unfortunately due to the weather we could only see about 10m in front. After taking a few pointless pictures we went into the Chinese version of ...
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