Roma Sunshine Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... about ten minutes late, but it wasn’t going to happen. When we finally got to Beijing about three hours later then expected, we could immediately tell we were in a different world. It had a completely different feel about it, even in the train station. One of the first things I saw was a police commander yelling at rows of his subordinates in a back corridor by the elevators. Hmm. Couple that with no access to basically any form of communicative websites, and we knew we were ...
... our successful climb of up to the wall. It was great fun to be sipping our champagne, with our lunch arrayed on a nice white tablecloth, overlooking the vast expanse of the Great Wall in both directions! We got lots of longing stares from other tourists who walked by us, wondering how we had arranged this. It was very nice of Norman and team to put this treat together!!
After lunch, we spent another hour walking along the ...
In preparation for Christmas I have decorated my little apartment :) the ikea decorations leave something lacking. The Chinese ones are actually nicer. Huh, imagine that. I also decorated at work, and due to a well placed comment "I should have decorated on the other side , then I would have something nice to look at" spurred James into decorating the south side of the office. ...
... their administrations. It was the ceremonial and political center of Chinese government. The complex consists of nearly 1,000 buildings and is enormous.
It is also very imposing . Constructed in an incredible 15 years by up to one million workers, each ...
... 980 buildings, the Forbidden City was the Chinese imperial palace for almost 500 years, from the Ming Dynasty to the end of the Qing Dynasty. It is the largest collection of preserved ancient wooden structures in the world.
We left by the North Gate, the opposite to that through which we had entered earlier and headed left and left again, aiming for the Tian’anmen east metro stop. The road we took turned out to be the longest and dullest road that ...