Vienna Hotel Shenzhen Hua'Nan Cheng
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... the train, it was very comfortable indeed. My seat comfortable and pulled back so that it was like a deck chair and I even had a foot rest. I was in comfort heaven. I even had a view of the speedometer which bullet trains have so that they can boast how they are the fastest trains on the planet (my train reached 310 km per hour).
As we journeyed south, the scenery change was surprisingly drastic. One minute I was crossing cold mountain valleys with ...
... 6:15 now so it is about 4:15 Hong Kong time. It is now 8:00 Australian time and I'm watching planes, it's my school bedtime. I'm still on the plane and we're not landing yet. It's really dark in the plane, the only reason I can see is because of the screen on the back of the seat in front of me. My mum just told me that there is still a couple of hours until we land. So since it's still a while to go, I have started watching a documentary called ...
... es tracta de petits platets per compartir amb tota la taula. Ens van recomanar el “One Dim Sum” on vam haver de fer una mica de cua al carrer. Boníssim. El propietari del local, de Hong Kong, va resultar que havia estudiat a l’escola d’Hosteleria de Luzern i ara té aquest petit restaurant de molt èxit entre la gent de Hong Kong. El món és petit.
El dia abans de marxar ...
... flies even when you are doing very little.
By 1.00 pm we decided to have lunch, and it being such a pleasant mild sunny day we opted for lunch outdoors at the Conrad Garden Cafe.
Libby had a traditional Cobb salad with mixed field greens with grilled breast of chicken,
diced tomato, avocado, red onions, eggs, bacon, while Barry chose traditional fish and chips battered fillet of ...
... via the world's steepest funicular railway, an ancient wooden transport scheme that serves the peak and about four intermittent 'stations'. This takes you right into Central, the heart of the financial district. Very odd to see Marks and Spencer amongst the shops here! From there, we walked for ages, taking in one of HK's oldest temples, before returning across Victoria Harbour to Kowloon via the Star Ferry, at a fare of about 16p! Walking alongside ...