Shanshui Trends Hotel Shenzhen Bantian
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... there was a free shuttle bus), it had a nice plaza with a few shops. It was all a bit quiet on the beaches though, and it very much had the feel of a holiday resort as there were certainly more British or American than locals. Having grabbed lunch in the plaza from a supermarket, we sensibly got the shuttle bus back to the other side where we could catch a ferry back to Hong Kong Island. Next on our list was probably the most recognised landmark of Hong Kong, Victoria ...
... about the venues sought so far. This small church is interesting in that we have a "Peter, Paul and Mary" in it.
It dawned on us as we were talking about the very location we were in..our hotel the City Garden Hotel. Mary, who is able to make lots of things happen, called to the hotel management and found a person who was just leaving ...
... already given me a new perspective. When I come back, I know that I’ll be so much more gracious and loving to anyone who looks far away from home. It’s so hard to be, not only away from my support system (all ya’ll), but surrounded by a culture I totally don’t understand, by myself, and with a huge hassle attached to everything I want to do. Communicating enough to get food is a struggle. I feel like my eyes are continually being ...
... and rope figures that are then cast in bronze,styrofoam,metal. Check him out on the web. We really enjoyed the exhibit and the accompanying films on him and his work.
Then we looked at some of the other galleries - 15th and 16th ink works on silk, some modern stuff (ma ma hoo hoo as far as I was concerned), but decided not to visit the antiquities galleries, being a little satiated in this area.
Then we took the subway ...
... in prayer. Indeed, the demand is clearly so high that there are actually a number of employees who remove the sticks after only a short space of time, in order to make room for the next wave. Here, ultra-modern Hong Kong meets an ancient religion, as fashionably-dressed teenagers with Prada handbags pray in what looked to me like a paganistic ritual. People write prayers on red paper and place them in the correct pigeonhole for the relevant god, later to be ...