Roma Sunshine Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... Three adults, three kids, and two strollers run through the Metro station, only to be held up by a lady who won't open the door to let strollers through
- Finally, on the Metro, all is well, and it looks like we might make it…
- Until the train stops two stops prior to our stop and goes out of service at 12:43
- The next Metro train arrives, and we get to the station with seven minutes to catch our bullet train to Beijing. We act "Chinese," and push our way ...
... in China to date. It was basically a pick your own noodles and vegetables dish served in a bowl with a scrummy peanut flavoured sauce. For the amount we had two pounds was steal.
After lunch we met Alvaro for the last time before his onward train at the bug eating market just for laughs. Or not! The others all tucked in to a delicious snack of silk worm, sucked out the inners and spat out the chewy outside-minging! I resisted temptation at trying any of ...
... we wanted to see how Beijing's skyline measured up in comparison. Let's just say...it didn't. First, this tower's observation deck is entirely open-air, which means its as windy and cold as all get out. Oh my goodness it was so cold! We looked around for as long as we could stand and tried to find where we live here before coming back down. A CCTV (meaning Chinese Central TV) museum is also in the building, and ...
... and planning the route. After hearing from the Rally Doctors on how we are all going to stay healthy through the wilds of the Gobi Desert and then drive from one side of Mongolia to the other, and tips from the Rally Mechanics who sweep the route bolting back on the parts that fall off.
All we have been left to do is dine out at a banquet laid on for us, and take an
early night. For most of us, itís a 5.0am start ...
... the past few days, so even though I have heavily strapped it I was limping badly when we reached the actual Wall. As a result I stayed put and enjoyed the scenery while chatting to our guide, and Amy hiked along a section of the wall snapping pictures.
We were very lucky to get a spectacular day – beautiful clear blue skies, so we had excellent views of the Wall running along the mountain tops. It really is deserving of it's title as ...