Shanshui Trends Hotel Shenzhen Bantian
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... I still love it! The Dim Sum is amazing, and especially for that price! Of course we had already had dim sum the evening before as well, but this experience was very different: this restaurant puts more towards the decor and service, and of course the dishes are different as well. After dinner we went for drinks at Wooloomooloo, one of Hong Kong's many skybars. The drinks were great, and the view not bad - although the visibility was unfortunately still rather low...
... knew which station the train terminated at…..
Lesson learned…. don't ever rely on someone else's instructions without double checking for yourself!
The process then was quite straight forward. Go through Chinese Immigration on the Chinese side, walk through to the Hong Kong border and go through immigration again, get some Hong Kong dollars out to pay for the train, buy tickets, and catch the right train to Hong Kong Central. 3 trains ...
Today we had a lovely long trip on the double decker bus all around Hong Kong, then jumped on the MTR for one stop and walked to the Wong Tai Sin Temple which was just lovely. It was a bit rainy so there wasn't the crowds today as there normally is on Sundays which meant we could look around easily and get lots of good photos. It is a really peaceful place in amongst the high rises of Hong Kong, and the grounds and gardens of ...
... of wine - you took a sip and a hand came over your shoulder and the glass was topped up. At the start of the meal Phoenix made the formal announcements an Houston translated for the Brits. Candy had produced an audio visual display of photographs throughout grandmas 81 years. A magician came on stage during the proceedings and Phil acted as his stooge (It came easy to him). Towards the end the birthday table and family went around every table and made a toast ...
... room for a quick lunch at 11.30am. Once lunch was finished we were ready to explore Hong Kong. The cruise terminal is the old airport, so is very large and it seems to take forever to get outside the terminal. They have free shuttle buses organized to take us to the local shopping center and subway station. We have a quick walk through Telford Plaza before finding the right train to take us to the Ladies Market. It is 7stops away ...