Sofitel Macau at Ponte 16
Travel Blogs from Macau Peninsula
This is our last day in the old part of Macau as tomorrow we move out to what they call the Cotai strip which is going to be like the strip in Las Vagas. It is where all of the new casinos are. We are moving to the Venetian for our last 2 days in Macau. It is the largest casino in the world and it looks just incredible. Today I got up and breakfast …
Jon decided to go to Mong Kok this morning after doing an hour in the gym to get a bigger sports bag to carry all of the new stuff he had bought as his other bag was not big enough. I slept in and got up at 9, finished packing, got organised and went down and used the WiFi in the lobby of the hotel to complete all of my emails etc. We left the …
Up at 4:20am; in line for check-in 10 minutes later. Had coffee but decided no time to go to lounge. Paul was upgraded but I wasn't, so we decided to stick together. Had empty seat next to me, so a bit more space. Pilot was very funny … "As in any society, because that’s what we’ll be for next three-and-a-half hours, a small …
I've just got back from a trip to Macau. Well, I say a trip; I only popped over for about 4 hours. I went to see a show, just like the Margate to London’s West End trips I used to do with my family once a year. I went to see The House of the Dancing Water – a 250 million dollar lavish show where Cirque de Soleil style performers show …
The day was similar to the previous 2. A little time at the pool, a walk around the town, and an awesome Portuguese dinner of Duck Rice (duck cooked in blood), prawns, and lamb. the waitress actually came back to our table and told us that they didn't recommend the Duck Rice for foreigners because it was made in blood. That only confirmed that our …
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