Zhong Tai Lai Hotel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... clearly were very trustworthy with their stuff so it was very unlikely that they would be thieves (we still locked up our valuables none the less). Once we made our beds and settled in, we made our way to a local bar (ironically a chain that I spend a lot of time in in Changsha) where some of Jacobs friends were gathered and together we had a fair few drinks.
The following morning, the both of us woke up with sore heads. Neither of us drank that much but ...
... and it’s busy, but there are amazing views down to the busy side of Hong Kong Island and Kowloon beyond. We wander round for a while, enjoying the different views and even seeing a few birds! We’ve intentionally come up late afternoon, and as dusk falls and night starts to close in we get different views again, this time with the lights creating the classic HK skyline. We pay extra to access the incredibly busy Skyview428 viewing platform, but ...
... It focuses on the Arts and Humanities, but also features a tea drinking area, an area selling all types of gifts, DVDs, and CDs.
There is also a restaurant in which we have eaten before and were not particularly impressed.
Wandering around the levels of Eslite is a pleasant way of spending a morning.
By lunch time we decided to return to Pacific Place and have lunch at Shiro, ...
Decided to walk to the outlets today, as we weren't going to City gate or sha tin this time. Had breakfast of pancakes at Maccas nearby first. Couldn't find anything at the outlets worth buying so we walked back and came across a lady selling jeans for David in an arcade ...
My fortune cookies tell me that I am beginning a great summer adventure. And yes, the summer 2013 adventure has started already and I'm writing to you from my hotel in Hong Kong. Whoooo, was it ever a long flight! And yep, Ambien is truly a wonder drug.
How lucky can I be! China 2013 is looking good, filled with days sightseeing in Hong Kong, teaching in Fuzhou (hope there's no typhoon this year), visiting Panda reserves, cruising on the Yangtze ...