- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... in my house to work with, which is actually still a problem. I need to really shop very soon. Anyway it was too late to ride the bus home so I walked up the road to Sea World and saw a line of taxis. I went right up to one and attempted to get a ride but I was refused. So I went to the second guy and he laughed as he vigorously shook my head. What these guys want is a big fare and my place is not super far from where they were sitting. It is about a 45 min walk. They just ...
... such an efficient system where you can check your luggage in from this central point in town and even get your boarding pass. We then left the kids' backpacks at "Left Luggage" for the day, grabbed some lunch and caught the MTR underground to Sham Shui Po which had been recommended to me for ribbons and beads. What an absolute treasure trove! Simon spotted the best ribbon shop ever - he probably regrets it now! It had the ...
... before entering the gate. It was said that rubbing this dragon would give you protection and luck. Even though I am not superstitious, however, I also had nothing to lose from rubbing it, so I did it just like everyone else. Inside the temple, I prayed for what every just graduated people would pray for, to get a good job. After praying and walking around the temple for a while, I left the temple.
... Hong Kong the last time we were here. I can't get over that all those skyscrapers have been built using bamboo scaffolding. You see it stretching up 20 or 30 stories and wonder how it can be so strong.
In the evening we go to a noodle restaurant Ho Hung Kee which is in a shopping centre. It claims to be the only noodle restaurant with Michelin Stars. Nice, but noodles is noodles. On the other hand where else could you get a Michelin Starred meal for two for £25.
... Island is the third largest in Hong Kong islands.. only 7 kms in length with a population of just over 6,000 people but that would swell on weekends, holidays etc..It's peaceful and tranquil, with relatively natural scenery. Buildings higher than three storeys are prohibited and there are no automobiles but diminutive fire trucks and ambulances, as well as distinctive open-back vehicles to transport construction materials. ...