Zhuhai Charming Holiday Hotel
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... when we had had enough of the palace and we finally paid the poor guy for his mornings work. He asked for 270yuan and we gave him 300 yuan. That is about $60 for entry fees and tour fees. If we had booked an actual tour from the hotel it was $50US per person. The subway cost us 16yuan for 4 people return.That's about $2.30 each. Ridiculous! We returned to the hotel to have a swim and spa in the basement pool (very impressive though) and a brief rest ...
... difficult to ask or understand what the perks were. It wasn't what we expected but it was ok nonetheless. Our accommodation was at the Guduo Royal Spa Hotel and we stayed at the Japanese Pavilion. After breakfast, we had the glimpse of the place one more time and headed back to our room to prepare for ...
2am UK time .... 3pm Aussie time We've pro-plused up to keep awake another 2 hours and we're boarding Zzzzz Have eaten everything we can in the lounge to stay awake! I can not wait for my bed on the other side one lovely five star night before camper-heaven and New Years Eve ...
... To ride (aka ferry) from Discovery Bay, and a 30 minute ride on the fast ferry from Central. There is something very real about Mui Wo. It's not the superficial, vacation-resortish place that DB is...much more local, really. And the expats who are there are more laid back...it also happens to have one of my favorite restaurants, Bahce...this phenomenal Turkish place...as well as a new favorite Deer Horn - a yummy Nepalese spot...and have I mentioned that it has the ...
... of $1.50. All in all a pretty uneventful gambling evening but we’ll need all the money we can get to pay all the bills when we get back home, so it was probably for the better!
I hopped on a bus and headed back to the ferry terminal. I think in 5 years when Macau is fully developed it will have much more appeal to the Westerners. For now though there is nothing that compares to Las Vegas. When I arrived at ...