Vienna Hotel Shenzhen Hua'Nan Cheng
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... it's a completely different country and takes the same amount of time, you don't just walk between the two.
First we took the MTR up to Lo Wu. The MTR trains up to the border get a little fancier and you can pay $80 to travel first class (we didn't). There are also many more signs asking people not to bring meat and poultry on board. Loads of people were taking their suitcases for a walk because it's very popular for people to make day trips across the ...
... eyes out, jewelry items at the “jewelry factory”. (Who can afford these items after 36 days of cruising and shopping?) Boarding our busses once again we headed for the “coup de gras” for Hong Kong shoppers; Stanley Market. On the way we stopped by Repulse Bay and the Statue Gardens. (Yawn)
For me the highlight of the day was our final destination (before the hotel); the famous Peak Tram to ...
... some incredible views! Since the line up going back down the tram was so long we decided to just hang around until evening to catch the night time view. I think it was worth the wait. We went back to some of the areas that looped around the peak to take night shots of the city.
There were quite a few runners in the area that looked like they lived in the area. The peak has some nice condominium complexes and a fancy ...
... Sushi / Sashimi restaurant.
Being Sunday we were able to reserve a table at the counter.
Returning at 1.00 pm we had an enjoyable meal of shashimi, miso soup and tea.
A brief walk around Pacific Place then it was back to the Conrad to pack.
Packing complete we spent the rest of the afternoon in the lounge having afternoon tea and chatting with the staff.
... that we had our only blue day on the Great Wall. On our return to Kowloon we grabbed some fast food. Fast food, chinese style is way more delicious than western fast food. This evening we had drinks on the pool deck with the group and then went back to the harbor to stroll along the "Stars Walk". Couldn't recognise any of the stars names, they were all chinese to me. We then stayed and watch the light show on the harbor. It was impressive! Hong Kong is more westernised than ...