Zhongshan Agile Hotel

Address: Agile Garden, Jinyong Avenue, Sanxiang Town, Zhongshan, Guangdong, 528463, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located in the Sanxiang Town area of Zhongshan.
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      A Day in Macau

      A travel blog entry by carallan on Aug 29, 2014

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      ... which at least left 45 minutes earlier than the one to HK. One thing that we've learnt to be good at is waiting, so wait we did, knowing that we couldn't do anything about the unexpected delay in getting back. We found a seat and people watched for the next hour or so, before lining up to get on the boat. Once in our seats, we both crashed! The heat must have taken its toll, and we both slept most of the way back, which was good as we'd planned ...

      A short trip to Macau

      A travel blog entry by changxiaoyao on Apr 19, 2014

      52 photos

      ... where I could stay at her place for a few days.



      5 days later, I hopped on another plane to Canton (about like flying from Dallas to Chicago), and spent the weekend with Amy, this time we played house and did manage a quick visit to Cantons famous "Shamien Island" where many weddings seem to take place on the weekends. Shamian Island was a French area back in the day and ...

      Macau and Hong Kong

      A travel blog entry by markandsophie on Sep 12, 2013

      75 photos

      ... we could go to Thailand early!! However second time round and after a lot of money we got our visas and could get our flight to Shanghai the following day. Time for a celebration in an Irish bar!!

      Now with the Chinese visas in hand, we spent the following day booking train tickets and planning - as we could not book the tickets previously the trains were pretty booked up and for one leg lasting 16 hours we could only get a hard seat for 10 - ekkkkkk!!

      After ...

      Observations of an alien...

      A travel blog entry by missfit on Apr 07, 2013

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      ... 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 ...

      KA-CHING!

      A travel blog entry by stephenandchloe on Dec 23, 2012

      4 photos

      ... looking for flat shoes but Macau prices are crazy expensive so we didn't buy anything. We jumped on a shuttle bus to head back to Galaxy Casino where Chloe got addicted to the slot machines. Collectively we lost $140 HKD which is less than $20 AUD. I also tried to play yahtzee (basically a machine version of *****) but I couldn't figure out how to bet properly and lost $20 HKD ($2.5 AUD) in one go. :( After that we got a snack and then headed to bed around 2 am.
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