Xiao Mei Sha Hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Our last day in Asia. Having been on the move, we are pretty good at packing. So no mad frantic last minute rush to pack. We now have luxury of 50kg per suitcase instead of 20kg. On our last night we ate at Spring Deer. A really old school Hong Kong restaurant. The waiters are all over 60 and dressed in tuxedos. Everyone warned me that you needed reservations, but we managed to get a table. We were pretty early for Hong Kong 7:30. The roast duck was excellent and we ...
... away. It is very loud on the top decks, but on our deck two it is barely heard. The weather is supposed to improve before we dock in Shanghai at 5:00 AM on Thursday. Sometime Wednesday night the Volendam will enter and sail up the Yangtze River and then turn in to another river that leads to Shanghai. Our ship is the maximum for the depth of the river, so a pilot is required. Also, when we leave Shanghai, this boat is the maximum length that can turn around in the ...
... of our first ticket I saw that it said boarding was at 8:30, which was now!! We headed over to a customer service desk to explain that we had been put on the wrong flight and to ask for some help. They passed us around to several different desks and people, before they told us that our flight had been cancelled and we had to get on this one! We said that we didn't have time to make the flight but they said that we had to get to the gate. After waiting at security we raced ...
... in the same situation as us, and they were all attempting to get taxis. So we joined a group that included a family and a girl our age who spoke a little English, all trying to get to Shenzhen. Feeling more than a little trepidatious, we embarked on our journey to Shenzhen, and en route decided that we may as well stay the night in Shenzhen and attempt to cross the border the next day. We communicated this wish to the driver through the girl who spoke English, and ...
... a river which was interesting, we felt pretty sorry for the bird trying to fly against the wind to get up river - he wasn't having much luck and soon gave up! We made it to the exhibition centre, on entry we saw a notice saying free entry on Wednesdays. We didn't know if this was for particular exhibitions or not, but when we went to get tickets there was no charge, it was only HK$10, but free is free! We weren't allowed to take any pictures in there but there was some really ...