Vienna Hotel (Shenzhen Huazhisha)
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... at the Wang Fat Hostel. It was on the same street as Outback through a non description door. We told the guard the hostel name and told us "3" in a very bored voice and pointed upstairs. He must tell lots of foreigners where to go. Our actual room was in a building next door. We had a 4 bed room that turned out to only have 3 beds, (I suspected they really just meant it slept 4 people) and an ensuite bathroom. Minus a weak AC unit it was a nice hostel in a great location. After ...
... over the Arctic circle and then down through Russia. It's actually sort of surreal. One of the things that never gets old when doing a trip like this is picturing yourself on a map. It's amazing how far away from home we are. Hong Kong is easily the most polluted city I've ever seen. It easily bests LA. It's difficult to see across the airfield here. That said, we'll be back here some day to visit for real. Flying over the city was ...
... of the skyline, I think we may have got slightly carried away!
Our hotel was in a good location for exploring the city and visiting some of the city parks. The city parks are beautifully landscaped and provided a peaceful escape from the bustling city. Many of the parks are also home to small zoos and bird aviaries which can be visited free of charge. One morning we visited the Bank of China Tower, as we had heard that tourists can go to ...
... with a tower collapsing, stopped the sport
for many years. However, it has now been revived, albeit in a much more
rigorously controlled manner, with imitation buns and only 12
well-trained athletes participating.
We did not actually see ether of these, sorry to disappoint. Research showed that the parade and bun scrambling are so popular we probably wouldn't have made it off the
ferry and onto the island, so instead we went the day before to ...
... your experiences are not mine. Chances are, if you're reading this, you're a relatively open individual because you looked past the "In Defense of the U.S." title--many people would see that and dismiss it as a nutty patriot's rant laced with racist remarks and massive generalizations of every race that is not him or her. Surprise, again! Not all views have to be extreme (but this will contain generalizations, since I haven't met all 1.4 billion people of China).