Zhongshan Agile Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... of Macao, crossed a long bridge and drove a fair way before I was deposited outside the hotel, which was basically an identikit of the same hotel in LV. I had suspected that the Macao version would be a tattier version but this was way off beam as the finish and quality were immaculate, not that this seemed to register with the thousands of gamblers in there who were focused only on the tables. The striking difference from Vegas was that there was no joy, ...
... met by our local guide Frank, who talked about the area. Guangzhou is in Canton, which is probably one of the hottest economic areas of China, along with Hong Kong and Shanghai. There are about 10 million people in the province, and it produces 1/10th of the economy of China, so prosperous. The city itself is only (ONLY) 14 million. 6 years ago, it was only 6 million so that gives some idea of growth. It is only about 3 1/2 hours to Hong Kong, which ...
... the enormous cost of living? This does not happen here*. Which is why the West’s apathy and its dangerous dependence on welfare and the gimme mentality will eventually be its undoing. China isn't just rising, it has arisen. Even the great experiment that is the United States of America will not be able to compete with this behemoth. There is no doubt the West is imploding under its own self-imposed complexity - puffed-up over-confidence, strangling bureaucracy, panic at ...
... where some nuns were singing in beautiful harmony. The acoustics were amazing.
From there, we descended into the older part of town, and the streets were mostly cobblestone from then on. We got lost in the parking lot of an apartment complex, and a kindly resident let us out a side door (thus saving us an extra five minutes of walking), then found ourselves in what felt like the real Macau, i.e. not the land of casinos and the filthy rich. I ...
... waves all over the floor and has very well kept small yellow buildings all around and it creates a really nice atmosphere as it is small enough to hold in all the noise and hustle. They have really famous bakeries there which sell these almond biscuits and every person we walked past was holding a bag from the bakery so we thought we better try some. Luckily they were giving at free samples at the bakery right at the start f the square so we had some and moved ...