Ambassador Hotel Taipei
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... jogging between activities and pick up points. Emotionally it's even harder. Usually, you explore out from your comfort zone, building on what you know and understand. Here everything is so different from anything I have ever experienced, I have no point of reference, no comfort zone. I suddenly know how alice felt, tumbling down the rabbit hole.
The breakfast buffet is our first big challenge; while we are at the Cosmo Hotel, Stephen and ...
... of rust stains. We surmise that either the economy is inferior to Japan or there is a lesser level of care or pride of ownership.
At noon we march down the gangway with the other passenger to board our bus for the day. First stop the National Palace Museum. We are told that this museum is considered to be in the top 5 museums of the world category. Once we arrive we also suggest that it is in the top 5 most crowded museums in ...
... br> 來自歐洲的 ;紙箱 沒地方可去 ;
斷了臂 那雨傘 仍然自願 ; 以身體相許 ;
WOW~ 件件雜物 ; 亦像共我天 ;生一對」
其實是何等 ;滄桑，但ߎ ...
... day was when we accidentally ended up part of a celebration at Longshan Temple. People were everywhere, lighting incense, bringing gifts of fruit, food and flowers, and everyone was softly singing or chanting. The whole place had such a lovely serene feel to it. When we got home we googled why the celebration and the long weekend, and found out that it was the Mid Autumn Harvest Festival. The public transport system here is great. We use the metro daily to get around ...
... view, we stood in the rain by the field for an hour before the first balloons. Got quite soaked, but it was a shared experience - Bill, Donna, Rachel and 1,000 others. After watching two launches, we stood in a very long (but fast-moving) line to get on a long line of buses, for the 45-minute ride back over the mountains to Taipei, along with 1,000 other soaking wet festival goers. Definitely worth ...