New York City, New York
saves you a lot of money. some tickets n the book they did not tear out so maybe you could try using them again.
Guggenheim the staircase is closed so no photo opportunities. this was the largest queue and it did not have many exhibits. very pretensious and boring.
Hong Kong, Hong Kong
this trip is all geared to selling you stuff. there are not many pick up points so you have to walk or get a taxi before getting the coach. then it still took an hour to do the other pick up's in Hong Kong rush hour traffic.
first stop was Aberdeen, where you feel obliged to go on a sanpan (cost $55 each with no change given). you get to take photos of Jumbo restaurant but otherwise just see modern boats moored up and a couple of floating homes.
Next stop was a jewellery factory. no demonstration and nothong unique here. Just shown into a shop where you can buy. (however other tourists said the price was no cheaper than anywhere else)
we then had a long drive to Stanley Market. Again nothing here just typical market goods and tat. same sold in Kowloon markets.
Finally drove to peak, where we had views which were nice. then a long drive back to pick up point. Our guide talked non stop. There is not much history so nothing memorable was said.
we did go on the Lantau and Buhuda tour which was very good.