Zhongshan Agile Hotel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... the Sheraton. As well as a wonderful selection of all sorts of food, they had PEANUT BUTTER - so I am good for another month now!
There was more talk of Sun Yat Sen today - I had thought we were going to stop at his house but I must have got that wrong. David did tell us about a good book about him - called the Soong Dynasty - about three sisters. One married the Minister of Finance in the new government, one married Sun Yat Sen, and the third married ...
Well today was the big trip to Macau. The LasVegas of the East. I am happy to say we did not do any gambling except for gambling on which boat to try and get on to get home earlier. Anyway I should start from the start.
We had an early get up as we wanted to get to the ferry terminal early. We arrived there later then I had hoped but still managed to get on a Turbo Jet at 10;15. We went through immigration and customs and waited for our boat to arrive.
... 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 ...
... to offer. Even though we had already checked out, we headed up to the rooftop pool on the 9th floor and enjoyed an evening swim. We then lounged around on the pool deck while watching the nightly performance of Symphony of Lights. It was cool to take it in from another angle, this time we were able to see many more of the Kowloon offerings to the show. After a bit more time just chilling, admiring the amazing buildings of Hong Kong and it was time to head to the airport and ...
... quite a bit since I was last year. Sands Casino was being built back then and there weren't as many casinos. I remember Casino Lisboa and maybe a few other shabbier ones but now the city was resembling Las Vegas. The great thing about Macau is that although it lacks the fantastic infrastructure of Hong Kong's public transport, the casinos run everything here. Even though I had no intention to spend money in a casino, I was happy to use the free bus shuttles ...