Shanshui Trends Hotel (Shenzhen Meilin)
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Here was where we discovered some differences - in Hong Kong food is fairly dry unless you are having soup, and it comes quite plain as opposed to the western style of having sauces and dips with your food. Anyone going to HK should do one of the foodie tours - they are great culinarily but also give you a great insight to local ways.
Hong Kong Island, by comparison, is very different. This is obviously the more 'colonial' side to the region. ...
We came across a really nice restaurant to have dinner tonight and it felt like a first date. Talking about favourite colours and cars etc. All throughout our time in Hong Kong we have been car spotting!! Those that know us well, know we like our cars.. so we have been dreaming about what car we would have if money was no object!!
Now to put my I <3 Hong Kong T-shirt on and get some kip.
... after all this is Hong Kong. For dinner we went to Chan Kee for chicken rice that had the most delicious soya and sesame oil sauce. The nice lady serving us may have noticed us trying to get all the sauce off the plate (we just stopped short of licking the plate) as she brought us a whole bowl of the sauce Note to self (aka Lesson for Today) : learn from the boys...they left most of the roast chicken skin, I ate most of mine. They went to the gym today...I ...
Restful morning this morning- breakfast, a quick walk to the welcome supermarket across the road to stock up on some snacks and on the bus at 10.30. Everyone enjoyed slowing slowing down after some hectic days. Arrived at the Good Hope Girls School for a program of workshops, including combined workshops for the choirs, wind symph and strings. The day consisted of a schedule of workshops including massed groups, welcomes and a concert ...
The Kumsusan memorial palace is not to be confused with the international friendship exhibition which displays diplomatic gifts. On display in the exhibition include an armoured train from Chairman Mao, a bullet proof limousine from Joseph Stalin, a basketball signed by Michael Jordan and a copy of Space Jam on VHS. Like the memorial palace these gifts act as propaganda to evidence international support of North Korea.