How it's done
Hong Kong Travel Blog› entry 12 of 19 › view all entries
January 16th, 2009 – by: silan
We headed to ward Hong Kong City Park for a nice walk through the grounds. It's a popular spot for weddings so don't be surprised to see 10+ bridal parties wandering around taking wedding pictures. After our walk through the park, we found ourselves at the beginning of a walking tour that we followed in the Lonely Planet guide book for Hong Kong and Macau.
I had read about a restaurant in a travel magazine called the Classified Mozzerella Bar. Intrigued by a love of all things Mozzerella, we stopped by. It was in Wan Chai but didn't take too long to get there by taxi. It's a small restaurant with communal seating (two large tables). It's a great place for sharing a few dishes and a glass of wine.
In the afternoon, we took the tram to the Peak for a daytime view of Hong Kong this time. It was, again, spectacular, and the clear day helped us see how big Hong Kong really was.
We ended the day with a trip to the outlet mall, Citygate Outlets, in Tung Chung for some shopping. If you want to go, access is easy: take the MTR to the end of the line, Tung Chung Station.
We rounded out our trip by having dim sum the next morning at Maxim's Palace in City Hall.
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