Vienna Hotel Shenzhen Hua'Nan Cheng
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It seems appropriate that we should leave mainland China the same way we arrived with a mad, erratic, high speed taxi trip. In wet conditions, weaving through the traffic and at times reaching speeds in excess of 120km where the speed limit only appeared to be 80km, our driver had us to the high speed train terminal in next to no time. We navigated our way to our departure point and were impressed by the sleek train that glided into the station. With passengers comfortable ...
... see the Peak. However, we had some delays (which was definitely not dad's fault...) and once we got to Central I was afraid we wouldn't make it in time. So instead, we took the double-decker tram to Causeway Bay. It's usually quite nice to take the tram, but since it was rush hour when we took it (probably not the best idea ever) the narrow tram was very crowded. The enourmous crowd of people continued when we got off at Causeway Bay. I'd brought my parents here to show off the ...
... checked luggage and proceed to information desk to ask for help contacting Road Scholar. They tell me to leave the building without calling my contact number. Again, I'm nervous. If I leave the building you cannot reenter. How do I call to say that I am here? Once outside there is a nice young tall girl holding a sign saying: Road Scholar. THANK YOU. I have successfully traveled from Chicago to Beijing all by myself; me, who can get lost in a phone booth. ...
... and returned at 5.30pm totally worn out from all the walking.
have just had our cocktail hour in the club lounge only 5 glasses of bubbles tonight as we are going back over to the same place tomorrow and i might need a clear head so i can get the right goodies.
the weather stayed ok until we were walking back to the hotel from thr MTR when it started to rain if it stays like that it will be ...
... and harmony with their surroundings.
The star attraction in this area is the Tian Tan Buddha. At the time of its completion in 1993, it was the world's tallest, outdoor, bronze, seated Buddha. It's pretty massive at 112 feet tall and can be seen from miles away. We trekked up the 240 steps to get to the top, passing the faithful as they bowed in devotion every three or four steps. Amazing views of the mountains and other islands in ...