Roma Sunshine Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of the street. Everyone had to go through security, Geoff was glad that he didn't bring his pack as it was one less process to go through. I now know what a fish feels like caught in a net. You can’t move to the left or the right, you can only go in the direction that all the other people are going in. There was nothing for it, we had no choice. Nearly an hour latter we go through, I should point out that cars were moving much ...
... Tiananmen Square on one of the hottest and sunniest days of the year, surprisingly we have seen very little smog apart from the day we arrived. We soon moved on due to the unbearable heat and went to the Wangfujing snack street market which is famous for selling exotic food on a stick. The live scorpions were a bit too much for us and as for the smell walking around, let's just say we quickly took a few pictures and rapidly moved on! We then ...
... smog. It was so thick we couldn’t see more than one city block. Last night we finally had Peking Duck for dinner. I had a duck drumstick, but it didn’t have much meat on it. I tried the skin dipped in sugar and it wasn’t very good. My parents really liked the duck. I am glad they order some steamed dumplings for me to eat. We went to dinner with one of my mom’s work friends and they had a 10 year old daughter.
... to be
quite entertaining listening to the women speak. The woman rode in a
boat paddled by an old crazy man and hilarity ensued. Also, whenever
women in the show walk, they walk with a short, shuffled gait which
also looks very funny. The third story was about a woman trying to
find a magic herb to revive her dead husband. She had to fight 4
different spirits of the mountain to earn the herb. This story
involved a lot of martial arts. The end ...
... part was evacuated to Taiwan in 1948 under orders by Chiang Kai-shek, whose Kuomintang was losing the Chinese Civil War. This relatively small but high quality collection was kept in storage until 1965, when it again became public, as the core of the National Palace Museum in Taipei. (I hope you are keeping up with this as I will be asking questions on my return.) After the establishment of the People's Republic of China in 1949, some damage was done to the ...