GreenTree Inn Shenzhen Dongmen Business Hotel
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... found our seats. We were being ourselves, talking too loud, giggling a lot, and having some candy. Unfortunately the Shenzhen symphony was not having it. They put a kibosh on the candy and they spoke to our compatriot, the really loud laugh er. The symphony was called Alborado del Gracioso and featured music by Maurice Ravel. There was a guest pianist who came in for a piano concerto and then put on one heckuva encore. The symphony was amazing and I want to do it ...
... was unbelievable. Huge snow sculptures, some like castles. The Ice Festival was
truly remarkable; ice sculpture towers. Even though it was freezing it was
We also went to the Siberian Tiger rescue, which is the
world’s largest refuge and rebreeding program for Siberian tigers. We even
bought a chicken to be fed to them live!.
My next trip was down to ...
... with such a densely populated city unless you're keen to experience the "sardine" effect of being squished onto a bus with another 100 or so people then walking is the next best option. The walk to church is approximately 20 mins depending on the traffic conditions and whether you're willing to risk your life by running through a swarm of motorbikes or waiting ...
... warrior...the Tiger how ever was a real weed and had a rope as a weapon, typical.
We then decided to take 268 steps to the foot of the Buddha. Just before we made our move it began to rain. We had clear visibility on the cable car and it didn't seem too cloudy here, it was as if it had come out of nowhere. We found shelter in a gift shop opposite the steps and waited for the rain to pass. When the time was right we went for it! We found ourselves stopping ...
Hong Kong is the Asian New York City. In fact it would be just like NYC if NYC was only made up of (a massive) midtown, was spotless and had more rules. My mom, Warner and I arrived into rainy Hong Kong and were filled with great confusion. We shivered all the way to the hotel, not able to deal with 20 degrees C (70 degrees F) after days of high 30s to 40s! I even had to go buy some jeans as my wardrobe was not suited for ...