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High Hong Kong Hotel Rates - Any Suggestions?

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The hotel prices in Hong Kong are very high, even for the YMCA! Other than hostels, which mostly get bad reviews on Trip Advisor and other user comment websites, where can one find a good deal on hotel prices in hong Kong? (Clean, Safe, Well Located with Ensuite Bathroom) and Easy Access to Public Transportation). Are there any last minute websites or tourist info desks which show or know of deep discounts on empty rooms for that same night or the next few days? or weeks in advance? Thanks for any information and any hotel recommendations for places you have stayed at. I will also be taking a tour to Beijing, Xian and Shanghai and was wondering what type of souvenirs are usually brought back to family and friends from China? Thanks in advance for your feedback. Tony
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Name: Tony Fusaro, Jr.
Email: TonyF58173@aol.com

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