Zhongshan Season'S View Executive Hotel
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- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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... of the world's richest cities, and the world's largest gambling center having dwarfed Las Vegas in 2006. It literally has exact copies of Las Vegas hotel on a much grander scale. While gambling was not the focus of our tour we did end up at a casino for a brief time and Robert tried his luck and doubled his money, clearly sending a signal it was time to get out of town with his 10 Macau dollars (1.50 US). So off to the ferry for our ride back to the lights and towers of Hong ...
... only to find it was owned by an Australian, and served Portuguese food! Enjoyed an African Chicken salad (an iconic Macau dish), and Portuguese style ribs, and a very welcome cool drink.
Headed back into the throng of people for one last souvenir hunting expedition, and then onto the bus back to the ferry terminal, only to find that the earliest ferry we could get on was at 9.15pm!! Given that it was just past 6pm, we weren't too ...
... a busy day ahead of us.
6 AM arrived with the sun and we quickly got our stuff together, ate brekkies, and took the trusty ole 221 bus to the old Portuguese town which dates back to the mid 1500's. Walking though the old Mosaic tiled streets in the morning, looking at all the old Churches, customs houses, peering into old winding alleyways admiring the small shops and resisting ...
... side of the bus. We finally arrived at the hotel around noon. However, we could not check into the hotel until 2. This the first hotel on our whole journey that would not allow us to check in whenever we wanted. We walked down to a dumpling-hole in the wall place and ate a few types of dumplings. Then we still had some time to kill, so we found a wine tour. It is the history of wine, in a ...
... Mexico, or Spain, or France, or Brazil or Thailand or India .... or ...or... Heck, many a time, my own family has languished over dinner for more than two hours, regularly! I'm sure in every country this happens, every single one. But because these men are so in love (or desperately-seeking) they're captivated by the Chinese ways; their own cultures are scorned, belittled and cringed at. Its a shame, really. I don't know what else to say about that, other than ...