Shanshui Trends Hotel (Shenzhen Luohu)
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... ferry to a rather empty LKF. Of course we stopped by our favourite “club” 7/11 for a group photo. We had spent a lot of time drinking outside this specific 7/11 and so it seemed appropriate. Since we were in the picture mood anyways, we decided to recreate a photo we'd taken on our first night out in LKF. The photo was probably taken in LKF's worst corner (actually the corner where drug dealers hang out) but we didn't know this that first night..! Afterwards ...
... districts but quaint and remote on the outlying islands. Seeing it at night was the icing on the cake and something we will remember for a long time.
Right now we are enjoying the view of the Hong Kong Island from our balcony. Tomorrow we have to be up early for another full day tour which will include a boat ride on the harbour. I am looking forward to it and if it is anything like today it will be wonderful.
... to follow a "family walking trail" that is supposed to take 1.5 hours to get to Yung Shue Wan, the other place where there is a ferry service. The walk includes a lot of uphill and downhill but Angela's knee coped OK aided by the walking stick. We stopped off at Lo So Shing beach for a swim which was refreshing but not very cooling - the water temperature was about the same as the air temperature. There were very few people on the beach but a full complement of ...
... culture, and no matter how many faults the U.S. has, it's something I've come to appreciate.
Moving on. Another reason I'm writing this is in response to an article by Mark Manson, a guy who I never heard of until I saw somebody on Facebook post one of his blog posts. The particular article is titled "10 Things Most Americans Don't Know About America", and you can find it here: http://markmanson.net/america. After reading it a few times, I realized that ...
... two women from the San Diego area with whom we had eaten previously. Both worked as Federal prosecutors there. One had recently retired and the other is still active. The second is the granddaughter of the Mrs. Barnsdall who donated her Hollywood Frank Lloyd Wright home, Hollyhock House, to Los Angeles to be used for the promotion of the Arts. I had been involved with one of their programs when I worked at Cheremoya School in Hollywood. They are stimulating and ...