Vienna Hotel Shenzhen Hua'nan Cheng
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... up. This was a small shame because I spent most of my work day sweating and one armpit was beginning to win its war against deodorant. I would have loved to have a few moments to wash up, reapply the deodorant and throw on a different shirt. Now I know you are reading this thinking "Why is he boring/grossing me out with all this talk of stinkiness?" Well it is part of teaching 6 year olds in a warm and wet environment. I am all about true experiences for my ...
... unpacked. What a joy to only have to unpack once and feel settled in.
I was a little worried about our room being located on the Promenade Deck but it turns out to be no issue as the ship is very quiet and we do not hear outside noises. Our room is located at the end of the hallway,with the exit to the deck right beside our room, very handy for those early morning walks around ...
We were full of good intentions about today go to Kai tak to see food show or go races happy valley. We did neither food show not on and got up too late for the races! Oh well lazy day then out into soho found the best chinese food ever in Stanley street right by the escalators cheap an really really good so a great end to our time in ...
Today we decided to take advantage of the return cable car tickets which we got with our Viator voucher. We were a little bit later today than we planned as we slept in, so we had missed the breakfast buffet at the hotel but they still offered unlimited toast, croissants and tea for HK$48 (£3.60) so we grabbed our travel marmite and had our fill.
The cable car station is one extra stop on from the Disney line so it took us around an hour on the MRT. We must ...
... your own ice-cream from massive tubs. It was a winner with us.
We tried the number 1 thing to do in HK according to Trip Advisor. It’s called Dialogue in the Dark and gives you the chance to experience what it’s like to be blind. Obviously, it was completely dark and we were given sticks to help guide us. We mainly used touch to figure out what type of environment we were in. First it was a garden, then a grocery store and cafe. We also had to ...