Shanshui Trends Hotel Shenzhen Bantian
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... back to Chung King Mansions to wrap up. Naturally, we passed the curry man and we couldn't resist. We had another picnic on the bed in our tiny, tiny room. The room was so small there was a bespoke mattress made to fit neatly around a column by the window, despite such economy of space there was still only a foot of access down one side of the bed. Hallelujah!!! I checked my emails and there was one from Rozza the IT man at BAM. He had already sorted my work email ...
... know, she fell into hysterics, before composing herself, giving me a card and saying "Come back tomorrow". Strange encounter. My patience was steadily shredding by now and finally gave way at exactly the same time as one of the straps to my backpack, which fell onto the floor with a thud and caused more hilarity amongst the locals who were around. Enough. It was time to admit a humiliating defeat and find a taxi to take me directly to a hotel. ...
... potato and cheese sandwiches for dinner.
I was going to have a take away from one of the shops over the road, but I couldn't face all our steps again. I started counting, but lost interest at 50.
We are staying on HK Island, on Queen's Road, very busy and interesting, but I think we might take tomorrow off. ...
... ship prices now £1.85 postage plus the cost of the postcard. These are probably the last I will send cos looking for postboxes is a bit if a nuisance. Well I went to the end of leg bingo, it's an accumulator so it's only worth going on the last day. The top prize today is over £1,000.00, no I didn't win but there are still 2 more chances before the end if our cruise. ...
... so good they named it twice ?!). This is actually a temple dedicated to Confucians, Taoists and Bhuddists. In the first courtyard is a supposed replica of the Temple Of Heaven in Beijing but a poor shadow of the real thing. Inside the 'replica' were a group of blue clad monks in morning worship chanting along to music played on traditional instruments. Yuen Yuen is a popular place for cremations and has large areas for storing ...