Astar Hotel

Address: No.98 Lin Sen North Road, Zhongshan District, Taipei, 100, Taiwan | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located on No.98 Lin Sen North Road, Zhongshan District, Taipei, is near Ping Hsi Branch Railway Line, Hell Valley, Sanhsia Old Street, and Guai Tzi Ken Country Club.
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    Typhoon Soudelor just leaving Taiwan - my neighbor

    A travel blog entry by kurtmult on Aug 08, 2015

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    Taiphoon Soudelor has been the strongest storm to hit the island in the last few years. It covered the whole island, made landfall on the East coast between Hualien and Yilan, where damage is and will be highest, as reports are slowly trickling in as the hours pass. On the island over the mountains the storm made a southern turn to move ...

    Taiwan Culture Tour

    A travel blog entry by deborah.young on Jul 26, 2015

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    I was fortunate enough to be chosen as one of 2 foreign teachers to accompany a group of 26 students from Guangzhou to join with Beijing and Shenzhen students in a 6 day tour of Taiwan.

    In total, we had 72 kids, and a bus for each city group. The kids were pretty good, but I did feel a bit sorry for other tourists sometimes when we rolled up with such a big group.

    The first day ...

    Back to the beginning

    A travel blog entry by tanglt on May 13, 2015

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    We woke up on May 12th to the sound of rain. Thankfully, it stopped by the time we thought we should get going. First stop was a traditional Chinese breakfast of salty soy milk with deep fried Chinese dough. Yummy. Then it's off to an eclectic collection of Taiwanese artifacts circa 1900. The price of admission was overpriced coffee. There are thousands of old Chinese and Japanese books, ...

    The Other China

    A travel blog entry by kvolsky on Nov 13, 2014

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    ... ago these people were part of China. It's like night and day. People cue up and actually wait for everyone to get of the train before walking, not pushing on. The street is not a toilet even not for small children. Taiwanese people are respectful, courteous and very generous. Ordering with my very basic Mandarin skills I'm amazed when they speak back to me in fairly fluent English and they are equally as happy with me saying hello and thank you ...

    Whirlwind Taipei tour

    A travel blog entry by roamas on May 13, 2014

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    (2) The famous Taiwanese Dumpling Restaurant ‘Din Tai Fung’. Very delicious dumplings for lunch!

    (3)Taipei 101 Tower, which is the 3rd tallest building in the world and boasts the fastest elevator in the world travelling 89 storeys in 36 seconds! It was pretty cloudy at the top, but well worth the visit.

    (4) The Sun-Yut Sen Memorial, again we were lucky to watch the changing of the guard there as well. This happens every ...