Tegao Business Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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... that would bring us to various tourist spots around Macau. As we were driving around, you could see the European influence on the buildings and streets. We ended up at Senado Square, a fortress, the ruins of St. Paul's church, a few cathedrals, and some temples. It's amazing because many of these buildings were over 300 years old.
We then headed for lunch at a vegetarian restaurant which was our of the tourist area, which was really ...
... person who was attending us at the reception, which was a manager of the shift at the same time, give us some reasonable explanation but he couldnīt. He didnīt even offer us any compensation (like for example one free breakfast for all of us). In general he was unprofessional and rude which disappointed us considering the Emperor Hotel was the most expensive place of our trip (USD 50 per person and per night!). In the end we were sent to a waiting hall for approx. 30 ...
... about protecting Macau from enemies. Besides, Senado Square showed us that the fabulous design in many years ago.
We had lived in Macau more than 10 years.However, for the place where we lived, we rarely deeply knew this small but beautiful place until this trip, for the reasons that not only did we fund some
related information as well as the history about the attractions before the trip, but also we learned ...
... in Macau, we had to show passports at immigration before boarding a bus to go to the ruins of St. Paul Cathedral. The area was absolutely overrun with tourists. It was difficult to find a spot to take a proper photo or even get a good look. The museum, which was our next stop on the tour was just across the street, so we walked over there and found a shady spot to sit down. It was fun to people-watch while we waited about fifteen minutes for ...
... China was a tyrannical, poverty-stricken, over-populated agrarian backwater. Caution!! DO NOT think of the Chinese as struggling pajama-clad third-world peasants riding around on bikes in the rice field. This was certainly the case in the 60s through even to the early 80s. But, NOTHING can be further from the truth now!! In the city where I am, many drive the latest and best European cars (I'm talking Ferraris, Porches, Lamborghinis, Maseratis!), live in apartments and houses that ...