Sunny Capital Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... For the last couple of hours of the trip we travel through spectacularly wild mountainous country, looking in vain for sights of the Great Wall, which the guidebook assures us we should see between tunnels. And so to Beijing. This journey has been wonderful, everything I'd hoped for. Of course it has had some downsides, such as the unfriendliness of the Russians on the first train, the heat and stuffiness in the late afternoons, and the long waits at ...
... There was hard selling people walking around here and they love to target the westerners...Bob bought a Chinese army hat, not such a good fit. Legs really feeling tight now, with walking on uneven cobbled stones and pavements. LUnch today was superb, another banquet style lunch. I wouldn't like to experiment buying street food over here, they waste nothing. We passed a lady cooking on side of the road, with her cooking pot and inside was a pot full of chicken ...
... centuries. One thousand one hundred years is some commitment and a major construction project to say the least. You could see it stretching for miles over the crests of mountains and into the valleys and it is almost impossible to imagine the slave labour and death associated with building this structure that is some 8800 km long. After catching a sweltering cable car to the mountain summit, we hiked along the spine of the wall and took in all of the amazing views of it, it's towers ...
... walls, to governement buildings to posters, it was almost like he was watching your every move. We were now just arriving at Tianamen Square but before we got there the gates to the forbidden city were now to our left, so we deicded to check it out. We looked at entry prices which were reasonable and were about to go in when I said to Kirsty that I just wanted to quickly take some photo's of Tianamen Square before we did.
With that we set off round the corner and as ...
... playing Chinese Chess, singing in groups, dancing, and playing football in the park. No hawkers trying to sell stuff, just great to watch how the Chinese socialise. Got back to the hotel around 4:30, quick refresh, then we were picked up to go to dinner. Charlie treated us to the famous Peking Duck (OMG) it was delightfully awesome. We drank some beer (600ml bottles) and feasted well and ...