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TravelPod Member ReviewsSohotel Hong Kong
Lovely but very small boutique hotel. Perfect for a couple of days in HK
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... We walked along the Avenue of the Stars (Hong Kong's version of LA's Walk of Fame and stopped amongst the throngs of people to snap pictures of the fabulous view. The light show came on at 8pm as it does each and every night. The buildings across the harbour lit up in succession, some changing colour and some with flashing stripes of light aimed to match the music. It wasn't as special as I had remembered and we left rather unimpressed in search of a 7/11 to buy water and ...
... Not only does the train hover, but it also travels at 400 kilometers per hour, or about ____ miles per hour. We went 15 miles in 7 minutes. This train is obviously very modern and innovative and would cut down on travel time around China by substantial amounts. It's extremely expensive to build, however, more than a $1 billion US just to get from downtown Shanghai to the airport. Cost prohibitive, at least for now. It was way ...
... double decker No. 6X bus from Central and went through the Aberdeen Tunnel to Stanley. As in the city areas, the amount of construction and refurbishment going on is amazing. A lot of retaining works appear to be happening too on the sides of the hills to prevent falling rocks and the like.
We went past the markets in an attempt to get to the cemetery but it turned out to be the wrong road and we ended up at Hong Kong Prison. There were high walls but you ...
... a stand or a tree nearby so the pet can socialize as well. It was an incredible experience. The flower market was okay but so many people were jammed on the narrow sidewalk outside the flower stalls, the walkers were “pushed along” with hardly any time to stop and smell the flowers.
That evening we all (90 of us) trooped across the street at 7 PM to a large local Chinese Restaurant for a ten ...
... each section.
Leaving the art gallery, we spent a little while wandering along the waterfront looking at all the shipping activity and what looked like a "sail past" of all sorts of marine transport, from ferries to luxury yachts. We had a quick look at the Avenue of Stars but decided we'd had enough walking and headed slowly back to the MTR and the hotel.
We had a final glass of our white wine and checked in for tomorrow's flight ...