City Inn (Shenzhen Chuangyiyuan )
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCity Inn (Shenzhen Chuangyiyuan )
i think this hotel is equal to Tune Hotel but more smaller
very cheap but the staffs are not speak english well..near to Splendid of China and Window of The World
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... Now that is the way to travel...economy class will be mighty tough after that wonderful experience
Now,after a couple of days in Hong Kong,it's time for the flight home tonight. It has been been good in Hong Kong and we enjoyed getting out and about,but the weather has been a bit steamy.
That wraps it up for now folks, so until next ...
... behind our table or for sure I would not be able to eat. The food is hot and wonderful, huge helpings and we eat it all and I am hoping all those probiotics that I took before the start of the trip will protect me from whatever germs I may have been exposed to. Getting back to the hotel is another adventure as we lose our way in the subway, but Al's great sense of direction saves the day (and tomorrow is another day).
... time here strolling around the streets and the many shopping malls in both Kowloon and on Hong Kong Island. The streets around our hotel were very traditional with small markets and shops. It seemed our street was the best place to buy dried food as every other shop sold a whole array of dried products. Although it was interesting to see these shops, the main dried thing they sold was dried fish and this was not a good smell.... especially in the morning :-/ One evening we went ...
... harbor with lights on their buildings all light up choreographed to music. This ain't no Disneyland show (although you could probably see it from Hong Kong Disneyland). Today, we took the train to Lantau island, site of Hong Kong Disneyland, the airport, and the Big Buddha. Even though the island is right next to Hong Kong, the land is pretty undeveloped, very foresty. When we got to the metro station next to the tram up to the Big ...
... me or give me the opportunities I have. Maybe they would've made me a better, healthier, smarter person, but I'll never know. What I do know is that I owe it to my teachers, my parents, and my peers to try and improve the country we all live in. I hope I can live up to this post.
I'm aware that things I said in this post are my opinions, my experiences, and generalizations. Surprise! I have my own views. Comments are always appreciated, as are debates and opposing views.