Sunshine Hotel Shenzhen
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... walked the streets. Came across the old Police Centre from 1881 in a lovely old building of three levels that has been renovated and turned into another high end shopping centre. It was calm compared to the other centres with a nice open courtyard in the front with fountain. From here we were constantly accosted as we walked along by men wanting to sell us copy watches, tailoring, handbags and who knows what else as it was rather difficult to understand what they were ...
... to recognize only Jackie Chan and Bruce Lee. There was also a bronze statue of the legendary kung fu action star Bruce Lee. If you are interested in the film industry you might appreciate a bunch of signs providing information about the 100-year development of the Hollywood of Asia placed along the promenade. Besides the Avenue of Stars we enjoyed the stunning harbor views of the Hong Kong Island.
At the end of the day we found ourselves in an Irish pub near the ...
... but three lifeguards protecting our kids as they swam alone (which I am sure they were thrilled about). The hotel also had a cool little maze for the kids to explore.
We just arrived home after 24 hours of traveling. Beckett was a little cranky during the long flight but we all were going a little crazy after 14 hours on the plane. He became a citizen in Chicago to little fanfare. We all arrived home safe and sound ...
... classes. The children are put in dance, music (playing instruments), or singing classes. We saw one of the dance classes in progress today. About 6 little children were dancing to a fairly involved and long dance routine. There were photos on a bulletin board of different groups..dancers, music lessons, etc. Mia was in one of the photos dressed in a blue leotard and dancing with a blue feathered fan. ...
... jade at a knock down price. But, as long as you go knowing that, and are happy with the price you pay there is no problem :) The first thing we noticed walking in through the entrance is that there was no one there. Not many tourists and no Chinese people at all. This is apparently a low season for tourists, but for our money it is great. The humidity is low, temperatures in the early 20s very pleasant indeed. Anyway as usual I digress. Each ...