Originally thought that graffiti is in the river lane, in fact, there are few graffiti on this lane, many of which are scattered along the side lane perpendicular to this lane. I didn't do my homework well beforehand, and I went a lot of wrong ways, but graffiti is still pretty.
The streets on the ramp are very delicate and retro - "It takes time to explore.
Hollywood Road can't go too early. There are still many shops open around 11 o'clock. This is a famous antique street in Hong Kong. The environment is much better than that of Panjiayuan in Beijing. There are old shops and tall decorations; there are small things to play with, and there are broken Bodhisattvas bigger than real people. But no one can tell whether it's true or false. We laymen like us can only see the scenery if we know how to watch the doorway.
Hollywood Road, also known as the Antique Street, antique shops are one by one, missing arms and broken legs of cultural relics, large and small, but it is true or false, in my eyes anyway can not see. For me, the more interesting or fresh or witty graffiti around Hollywood Road can't be counted, hidden in alleys, by stairs, waiting for you to find it.
This is one of the earliest roads opened up by Hong Kong to facilitate the transport of military materials. The name "Ho Li Huo" is said to be due to holly trees growing on both sides and foresting. The name came into being long ago, when Hollywood did not appear in the United States. Former Hong Kong Chief Executive Donald Tsang lived on Hollywood Road as a child.
Hollywood Road is a road between Central and Shanghuan. It's quiet in bustle and elegant in decoration. The antique shop in the gallery during the day and the cleaning bar in the evening are very busy. From the Ms Supermarket in Central (down the escalator in the middle of the mountain), we can walk to the end slowly. We pass Taichang, 711 and some small shops. It's worth visiting because we don't like shopping and crowding people.