Caesar Park Taipei

Address: No.38 Section1, Chung Hsiao West Road, Taipei, 100, Taiwan | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located in the 中正区 area of Taipei, is near Tarako National Park, Chishingtan Beach, Hohuan mountain, and Ching-Shui Cliff.
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      Reviewed by rodneyko

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      Reviewed Nov 22, 2013
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      TripAdvisor Reviews Caesar Park Taipei

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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      Settling into everyday life

      A travel blog entry by alan.cooper on Jan 29, 2015

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      ... New Year is coming in the next few weeks, I am unsure of my plans for this yet, but hopefully it will be an interesting time to be in Taiwan! I will find one of my local friends to visit and try and experience some traditional family customs etc. I wouldn't go as far to say I am homesick, but I am thinking with fond memories of my coworkers and friends back in Australia and I would love to see them again soon to hang ...


      A travel blog entry by tan_min_min on Jan 21, 2015

      7 November 2014

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      It was really an exciting day today. We took the aeroplane to Taiwan, YAY! I am so excited as my cousins were waiting for me at the airport. When we reached Taiwan, we took a taxi to our hotel which is Sherwood Taipei, the hotel was huge!! :) I am so excited before we get to the first stop in Taipei.

      Your Daily Dose of East Asian Politics

      A travel blog entry by elisehuerta on Jul 26, 2014

      ... It's a very tricky and ambiguous situation and it's easy to offend people just by a slip of the tongue. For example, saying "Republic of China" instead of "Taiwan," or by referring to China as the "Mainland" instead of just "China." It's difficult for people not to wear their politics on their sleeves when they ask questions like "Is this your first time in China?" or "Have you ever been to China?" I often find myself at a loss for how to respond.

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      Regional Reverie Rides Another Bike

      A travel blog entry by regionalreverie on Mar 16, 2014

      ... berth. I love being treated like an adult and being trusted to act responsibly! Screw the "big brother knows best" attitude that prevails in the Lucky Country.

      I returned my bike to the U Bike station near the Ningxia Night Market, where I ate the night before. I could easily eat every night at Ningxia for the rest of my life and never tire of it. It was midnight on Sunday but it was still packed with no sign of any of the stalls closing any time soon. Now ...

      An hour in Taiwan

      A travel blog entry by kmmk17 on Sep 04, 2013

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      Although my third leg was Hong Kong, it actually covered all the regions of China.

      The first was a quick transfer in Taiwan. Unfortunately only spending an hour there - there was still enough time to buy a souvenir, and see some views out of the dodgy old plane plane.

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