Month: December 2012

Happy Holidays from the Beijing Roman Sunny Hotel

Yes, folks, this shot comes direct to you from the astounding Beijing Roman Sunny Hotel, which is located directly behind the Pegasus-topped statue/water-fountain thingy,  and  to one side of the tower complex in which the wife and I live.

Here’s a review of the hotel:

Although the description in the review leaves-out that the hotel now has a tea shop featuring large pictures of Jet Li drinking some of the products being sold, lemme just say that the review is perhaps, well, a bit, um, over-zealous. I’d probably give it two stars… and that’s compared against other Chinese-standard hotels.

In any event, if you’re short of cash and wanna come visit… they’ll be sure to leave a light on for you. maybe.

Happy Holidays!

Beijing Winter Square Dance

I’ve seen a lot of dances (to both Western and Chines music) take place during the spring and summer nights… especially around Hou Hai and open areas around apartment complexes… but I’m not as used to seeing dancing during the cold winter months.

It was a pretty simple dance to be sure… more walking in a square with rhythmic arm movements, and no where near the level of difficulty that happens during warmer months, but I do thinking it was dancing nonetheless.