Shanshui Trends Hotel Shenzhen Bantian
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... The myriad of walking flyovers and street-spanning shopping centres is mind blowing. You never have to touch the ground for miles and miles. Each one was dripping with Gucci, Prada etc., shops it must have the highest density of high end retail outlets in the world. Vast emporiums to the God of Shopping. Below ground is equally impressive. Vast avenues link tube and ...
Sunday 9 November it was time for another reunion: Mom and Dad were arriving in Hong Kong! Their flight landed extremely early in the morning, so early I was not even able to go and meet them at the airport. Instead I took the first metro to go and see them in Central, where we had decided upon a meeting point. In the end that meeting point did not really work out, but we managed to meet up and soon after we were on the ferry towards Macau.
Once arrived, we checked into ...
... to compare prices and look at goods too. I got a pair of new walking sneakers (my current shoes have a few small holes….) and my luggage. Haggling with the merchants wasn’t that bad and there were many stalls with the same items. So if one place didn’t give me the price I wanted, I could always just walk a few steps down.
We ended our shopping with a nice snack ...
Heading out in the evening we all packed into a taxi and made our way down the Salisbury Road to the Hong Kong Museum of Art hoping to catch the Tuesday Night Skyscraper festival of Light, as we made our way through the crowds towards the promenade at the rear of the museum we were greeted with a fantastic view over Victoria bay at night. With the towers ...
... and a metro ride to utility bills and laundry) with the plastic Octopus Card, but can't mail a parcel unless you pay in cash. You can find a place to buy diamonds on literally every street corner, but no one can afford housing. It was both incredibly easy to be back in a developed nation with drinkable water, clean streets and directional signs, and very hard to see the absolute obsession with visible wealth and status. It will be ...