Roma Sunshine Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... After a brief exploration of Beijing we were on our way, travelling to eat at a local delicatessen by the Great Wall of China. I had a footlong BMT with southwest sauce on Italian herbs and cheese. We stormed along the wall at an exhausting pace, perhaps because the personal trainer was trying to beat the army couple and the Norwegian lads were trying to set a course record on strava.
We arrived at the new (since 2008) PEK Terminal 3 at around 6:30am. The arrival immigration desks are on the very top floor and looking up at the ceiling I recognized the flowing pattern of the ceiling from photos I took in 2005 when the building was still under construction.
We entered using the newish 72-hour transit visa policy. The airport was essentially dead at this early hour, nevertheless we got behind a local man depositing ends wads of cash into ...
... for pork and I wasn't about to push my nose up and start oinking. Not that I am above that, but because the restaurant was crowded and people were already staring at me like they had never seen a white person in Harlem before. I thought I was all set but there was a question regarding how many dumplings I wanted. I told her six. She said no. I said eight and made eight fingers. She said no. She ran away again. I sighed. She came back with the famous ...
... mall, but failed miserably, after much trekking. I keep saying that everywhere in China is always really far away - and we felt the effects of that today. By the time we got back to our room, we were shattered - and China, in general, is taking its toll on us, our feet and our temperaments. After some hard days in succession, it felt like a real slog today - and I'm exhausted by it. We wondered whether we're just doing too much. This hit home after we visited the Forbidden ...
... After exploring a couple more burial sites and the exhibits on ancient artifacts, we caught our tour bus back to the city. It dropped us off rather far from our hotel, so we decided to make a night of going out to a trendier part of the city at Houhai.
I'm a sucker for the lights and glitter and parties, so I enjoyed this area. Everything was lit up for the Saturday evening nightlife, and I was happy just walking around and ...