Shanshui Trends Hotel (Shenzhen Meilin)
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the 12 hour flight into Amsterdam. We leave here at 1am, so still a few hours before we board. We have had someone interpret the dose on the all Japanese packaging to determine we need to give him 2 tablets. Am I a little scared? Yes. Am I more worried about him vomiting for 12 hours straight? Hell yes. He has done it on 2 flights from LA in the past, so I know he has it in him. Poor kid. Anxiety is such a *****! We are so very proud of him for today. This was ...
... tourists. Some will not take you if the distance is too short. Our dollar is good- $1 AUD = $7HKG approx.
summer is in the 30's and humidity is stupid high. It is also Typhoon season so it can rain hard. Disney I would only do for a day. Do Lantau (Big Buddha) as a day tour. Organized! Less waiting and lines. Same goes for the Peak! Take comfy shows to walk in- you will be doing it a lot. Learn the MTR- so easy to ...
... of the tram and we got some great photos from up high. After we saw a few markets we decided to get out and have a look around one which was really interesting, all sorts of local food on one side from fruit and vegetables to hot food and meat hanging up on hooks. Karry has been dying for a custard tart here and we haven't come across them so when she spotted them here we had to buy one, it was delicious and ...
... It was very pretty, It was near firework time so we headed to get some photos printed and then Anth thought we could do a ride in tomorrow land again. We did Buzz Light Year again. Still no line and also managed another ride on Space Mountain.
We found a spot for the fireworks and settled in. They were beautiful set to Disney Music, much better then the NYE fireworks.Then it was s home time and I did not want to leave. What an absolutely fantastic ...
... to it! Upon arrival at the airport for our flight to Hanoi we see the Mayor of London himself Boris Johnson striding at pace through the departure lounge. We both agree that there's something about Boris that just makes you smile, 'Wish we'd have got a photo with him' says Karen. So with the fantastic yet exhausting Chinese leg at an end, we look to begin the South East Asia journey for the next six or seven weeks. Next Stop: Hanoi, ...