Vienna Hotel Shenzhen Minzhi
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... was interesting to see the bush covered hills and terrain about the outskirts of the city from the train as we went around the bay near the airport. Almost all the way we were in an air conditioned environment so it was quite a shock to walk out on Nathan road to 30 plus degree heat. After a meal and a walk we returned to our hotel room for sleep (till about 10.00am the following ...
As I was flying to Hing Kong with the same airline who'd brought me to the ROC, I tried chancing my arm at another upgrade, as a form of recompense, shy bairns don't get sweets, right? Turns out neither do gallus ones, but it was worth a shot. The flight itself was uneventful and my bag arrived at the right place. I jumped on the Airport Express and the free bus which took me near my hotel; which I finally found atop a crazy ...
... Forrest Gump" starring Tom Hanks.. The decor boasts all his philosophies, his love of the shrimp as well as memorabillia and photos from the movie.
The food is reasonably priced, my choice of Cajun shrimp delicious.. the view "awesome".
Plenty of retail to keep one busy up there but not this time..a visit to the Peak is not complete without a stroll through Madam Tussauds.. some of the wax figures are so lifelike .. espec HRH The Queen, ...
... and talking and enjoying being together. Some were playing scrabble. When they leave, the newspapers are still spread out and the scraps and rubbish from their day is left. Funny when you think that they spend the weeks cleaning up after other people and can't be bothered cleaning up after themselves on their day off! We caught the ferry across to Kowloon to see the Light Show at 8pm. Matt had to collect his suit and some clothing from ...
... to have our cameras ready to capture panaramic views of Tung Chung Bay, the Hong Kong airport, Ngong Plateau, South China Sea, and the Giant Buddha. We went over the plateau and the water. There were seven towers to support the cable cars and two turns on our journey. It was a fantastic ride. As has been the case the whole time in Hong ...