The Interlaken OCT Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... markets and the owner chopping it up for you on the spot. Everything is out in the open. Even the meat and chicken. Live chickens were in cages waiting to be sold.. We got back to the hotel around 12.30 and had a refreshing shower! We went on a tour to Lantau and a monastery. We rode the cable car up to the tope of the mountain. It was pouring and foggy. We couldn't see a thing!! On the top is a huge Buddha. We could hardly ...
... later Arielle and Andrew showed up and right behind them was Jeremy. They had played a trick on us. Gwynn was not amused. Of course the rooms weren't ready so we went out for some breakfast and waited for Greg to arrive from LA. He showed up a few hours later. So we're all in one city for a change. After a search for a SIM card, we met up with Andrew's extended family for, you guessed it- Dim Sum. Uncle # 10 is a member of a ...
... Repulse Bay and its lovely beach described as their Waikiki. Last stop Stanley Market - John purchased an Wireless mobile phone monopod and pity we had no room as there were novelties for the children. Temperature 32 and grateful for air conditioning in bus. Traffic horrendous as it was Sunday and the locals were also out. Dinner at the Promenade Restaurant at the hotel - Buffett and fabulous, reminded me of how the Sheraton used to be, so much variety and ...
... took everything out of the bag and searched for it and still no card. We had to buy me another one at the station. We were sure when we unpacked we would find it but no it is gone and it still had plenty of money on it! I'm sure my three sisters all think I am going batty! Surely I have had my share of bad luck now. Lucky I have Karry here as she is supporting me, will transfer money back to her later.
... expose even the dirtiest details. It's encouraged. We can protest without getting beat or shot (usually)--but better yet, we can do it. One thing I realized when I left the U.S. is that the idea of protesting is pretty distinct U.S. thing. Of course other Western countries do it--I was there when Spain just began its massive protests. But it is a distinctly American trait, annoying or not, to protest against pretty much anything we want, undisturbed. To sign petitions. ...