Longshan Holiday Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... in with just under 10 minutes to spare, rush up the escalator, get to the platform, back down an escalator and 2 minutes later the train pulls up. All 16 carriages of it! It's huge and I'm now sitting on Harmony looking at the speedometer at the end of the carriage reading a healthy 301km/h and wondering how they get this monster moving so fast so smoothly and did the people at the hotel judge it perfectly or are they (and me) incredibly lucky. ...
The Chinese are crazy. Chinese New Year celebrations consist of people setting of fireworks at any time of day in any place. When I say any place I mean in the middle of the street just outside of restaurants and hotels. This has been going since we got here and the fireworks are still going every night. As well as fireworks they insist on setting of firecrackers, which are truly terrifying. In the west most of us are used strict health and safety rules when it ...
... call it 'a bit Chinese' from now on). It's hard to describe, but everything from the hundreds of pesky guys trying to sell you stuff outside, the first thing you see upon entering the place being tacky food and souvenir vendors, all the way to newly refurbished parts that attempted to look old (and failed).. It all just ruined the feel of something that should have so much character and respect. To add to this, it was also getting done up, with scaffolding everywhere, was ...
The Forbidden City was the palace of the Chinese emperors during the Ming and Qing dynasties. It is located in the heart of Beijing, the capital city of China, and is the largest ancient palace in the world. It is also called the Palace Museum, the Purple Forbidden City or Gugong Museum in Chinese.
The Forbidden City was built under the orders of the powerful Yongle Emperor of the Ming Dynasty ...
... reason they were all out for a drink. The girl on my right kept awkwardly commenting on how she liked my lips lol. The guy asked slightly probing questions about my finances. I asked him where abouts in Hong Kong he was studying and he said the name of some Technology college but I thought he was studying English?
He said since it was his birthday we should all have a glass of chinese wine. I had my beer already and got the feeling something was up by this ...