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... fair to say the flight was rather swift. We each had our own private TV and the showings included, American Dad, Family Guy and the relatively new blockbuster hit, Kingsman: The Secret Service. Just my kind of viewing, needless to say, I was in my element.
Hong Kong (Cantonese for, "Fragrant Harbour"), is a major international city predominantly located on a series of islands in the South China Sea, and occupying a part of the Chinese mainland. ...
... lettuce, I was delighted, we walked in. I said to the waitress, "I'll have what he's having, pointing and salivating at the lettuce." Turns out he was having the PIG TROTTERS. Yah, that's right pig trotters in a leaf of lettuce with a 1/4 cup of whole uncooked garlic cloves. &*#$@&! I smiled, held back the tears and ate pigs feet. I peeled the fat off first. We ...
It was still somewhat early so we headed back across the river and grabbed some more beers from a 7/11 (does this make us sound like drunks?) and walked up to this beautiful public viewing area. This is right next to the ferry station and is THE place for watching the light show. The music is played here and you have a perfect view of the HK skyline, including the IFC building. If you want to sit during the light show, which lasts about 30 minutes, ...
I Traveled From Delhi To Hong Kong On 8Th June Morning Via Cathay
Pacific Airways.We Were 157 In A Group.It Was Organized By Macloid And
Cox And Kings.Hong Kong Airport Has Free Wi-fi Service.That's A Good
Service For Travelers.From There,We Traveled In A Bus To The Port Where
Cruise Ship Was Waiting For Us.Around 3 Pm The Ship Started.There Were SO Big Buildings.I Really Wished To See Them From Inside.When We Reached Our Ship, We Weren't
Feeling We Are In A ...
... prominent landmarks. Next he went to the Former French Concession Area- In the 1929's and 30's, this area was known for its lawlessness and decadence. As the foreign diplomatic quarter, it had some of the top hotels, great shopping, bars and restaurants in Art Deco buildings. Huaihai Road, the former avenue Joffre, is one of Shanghai's favorite shopping streets. Next on to People's Square, I also had a chance to walk here my last day in Shanghai. It is in the center of ...