Xiao Mei Sha Hotel
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... an early bird because somebody was giving us a tour of my area. I knew several places already but the guides pointed out good restaurants, places for pedicures, foot massage places, and an international grocery store. I bought salt there because I still can't find it at Walmart. The tour took 3 hours and by the time I was done I was exhausted. I was also feeling like I needed to plan and so I headed home instead of heading over to a brewing thing that was happening right then. Which, ...
... way to begin a long vacation. We took the airport express train to Hong Kong island, which was super easy and a short 20 minute ride. Transportation did not appear to be effected by the protests. In fact, we didn't see any protests the entire time we were in Hong Kong. We made a new friend, Matt, as soon as we got into town and he joined us on our trek through the city to the Victoria peak tram. Funny thing about meeting Matt. Danielle and I are both ...
... foreign kids and lots of places to spend lots of money. While we were there, there was a bit of a commotion along the Stanley Promenade.. apparnelty SBS Temptation ( A Korean Drama) was filming, and everyone was trying to get a glimpse of the shows stars. We accidentally walked through one of the scenes, but it was before they filmed anything so nota big deal. We also watched them film another scene farther down the promenade. It involved a girl on stilts, a magician, a ...
Eight hours on the plane proved an absolute doddle with the assistance of modern technology. Smooth transition onto the busy main roads that lead from the airport into Hong Kong and Kowloon. Several spectacular bridges had us marvelling at the local engineers but the mist was low and kept us from seeing the city towers until we were in their shadows. Now, in full peak hour traffic on a Friday evening we saw a glimpse of just how busy this city ...
... Up and out at a lazy 5pm the next day and jumped on the underground to Central and had a wander around the mall. Naturally we ended up with a few beers on the roof terrace and admired the river skyline.Back on the train, we got off at Jordan and walked the short distrance to Temple Road for the night market. Got followed around a little ladies shop after we kept trying on her wigs and making Rob look like Russell Brand. 100 hour walk ...