Shanshui Trends Hotel (Shenzhen Meilin)
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... S all at once. The hotel lounge for breakfast has two tiny tables so small you can't put two dinner plates on it. First day in Hong Kong and our first real day of doing the travelling tourist thing - we leave the hotel with a map and head for the ferry across to Kowloon (70,000 people take this crossing each day). We've picked up tickets to the red hop on hop off open double decker busses, the ones with the earphones / running commentary in the back of the seat. This seems like a ...
... back to our hotel to get our bags and took the bus to the airport.
Apparently our flight was overbooked and we got a cash voucher while they sorted things out. The only place left open at that hour was Starbucks though so we each had a cup of coffee. The airline managed to sort things out though so we had no problems getting on board the plane. I was actually secretly hoping for an upgrade or a holiday extension but that didn't ...
... found it and caught the end of the market which was a bit tacky - clothes and souvenirs. Apparently it is a popular place for ex-pats, there were bars and restaurants and some smaller, local bars and eating places on the waterfront. We had a beer and a chat with a local guy -Wesley then headed back stopping for a local KFC for tea! They had unusual things on the menu, mashed potato with gravy, no corn on the cob and red bean bread rolls for ...
... Christmas decorations consisted of a tinsel garland draped across a window and half a wall while the other half had red and white bauble ornaments. They weren't even placed in the shape of a tree, they were just taped at random to the wall. We found out later that most of the decorations were not left over from the guy who lived there last year, but the girl who lived there year before that. I don't understand how two different people could live with ...
... which was very efficient and very fast, compared to the London Underground. Then we took another tube direct to the cable car station, this one was a little busier but I think that was because it was also stopping at Hong Kong Disney en-route.
We arrived at the cable car station and Craig wanted me to consider the crystal cabin with a glass floor but after seeing how far the journey was, I had to say no as I think I would have had a breakdown. To be ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking