Welcome Inn (Shenzhen Nanshan)

Address: No.2009 Nanshan Avenue, Nanshan District, Shenzhen, Guangdong, 518052, China | Motel
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This motel, located on No.2009 Nanshan Avenue, Nanshan District, Shenzhen, is near Window of the World.
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    Travel Blogs from Shenzhen

    Shanghai to Hong Kong

    A travel blog entry by farmersmart on Oct 08, 2014

    40 photos

    ... 8217;s Park, still in the rain & then went to the museum, which was quite good & was free. It had very comprehensive displays of things like ancient Chinese bronze, ancient Chinese sculpture, Chinese painting, Chinese calligraphy, ancient Chinese ceramics, ancient Chinese jade, Ming & Qing dynasty furniture & Chinese & Silk Road currencies. That evening my Chinese tour leader, Michelle & I met our new travelling companion, Patrick, as there ...

    Sightseeing in Hong Kong

    A travel blog entry by hshannon on Jul 04, 2014

    9 photos

    ... I had decided to do dinner and drinks in the fancy foreigner area of town called LFK. At night, all the expats go there to stand in the streets and drink beers from 7-11, as well as move in and out of a few blocks worth of bars and clubs. We had tacos and sliders (mini burgers) and fancy drinks on a side street, then joined the throng to people watch. Overall, I had a busy three days in Hong Kong. I'm not in love with the city but I would definitely come back, maybe with an empty ...

    Hong Kong Round 2

    A travel blog entry by florachen on Apr 03, 2014

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    ... We then went to the pier and hopped on a ferry over to Hong Kong. After about an hour, we arrived in the city that I love so much and took the metro over to my aunt's where we were staying for the weekend. She was kind enough to cook us a home cooked meal for dinner, but then proceeded to shoo us out of the apartment saying we needed to "get out and see the city!" Hong Kong is divided into two main islands, Hong Kong Island and Kowloon Island. Hong ...

    "Umm, what is that?"

    A travel blog entry by brynandnate on Dec 16, 2013

    26 photos

    ... after our stroll. As boring as it was, I was very happy with my dinner. For dessert, there was a free Forbidden Rice Soup (this blog has a good description as well as a recipe: http://food-locker.blogspot.hk/2012/10/ purple-rice-soup.html). It was not very sweet, but very filling. From what I have read afterward, it is made with "forbidden" or "royal" rice. This rice actually is a purple color, and was considered food ...

    Day 3. Excited Now - We're in Hong Kong

    A travel blog entry by kazrobaus1 on Sep 03, 2013

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    ... for 2" that led us to Wang Fu in Wellington Street. A crowded little dumpling joint filled with a mix of uni students, 20 something retail types and a smattering of western yuppie banker types. Complete with laminex tables, plastic stools and a lady at the counter making your fresh dumplings. Dinner for two including beer and tea. HK58 ($8).

    Met up with the Hackett's in their room for beers and a debrief then hit the sack after a huge 15 hour day.