City Lake Hotel Taipei
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCity Lake Hotel Taipei
Nice bed, nice wc with bath tub, good breakfast, they have foreign TV and they are close to the Metro.
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Well.. The typhoon just turned out to be some rain and wind.. I guess the locals know best.. No big deal! I had the day off work for a typhoon day.. Kinda like a snow day but rain instead of snow! I spent the day hanging out with my roommate.. We went to the grocery store then did some facial masks and watched a movie after ...
... a cold beer would have been perfect, which we of course forgot to bring.
Heading down to the south of Taiwan by high speed railway (c.275km/h) really showed me the diversity of this relatively small country. Although there are a few cities in the south this region is mostly about fantastic tropical nature. Beaches, mountains and rain forests are everywhere and exploring them is great fun. I actually had my first ever (and unsuccessful) ...
... camp. Resigned to the fact that one way or another I will end up with a stomach bug at some point this holiday, I braved a whole new culinary challenge... Oyster omelette. They are slimy, they taste almost raw and are eaten with a bizarre spicy sauce, but actually not as bad as all that might suggest. Our next stop was with some lovely looking fish that reminded me of a sardine. They were whole, about 8 inches long and rolled in a bread batter ...
... issues with bathrooms, and it's been getting worse every time. The first hotel we stayed at in Causeway Bay (HK) had a separate bathroom, but the door didn't quite shut and the mirrors on the ceiling outside in the corridor and inside meant that everything was nicely reflected back to anyone sitting on the bed and looking up. In Macau, we experienced a bathroom which had windows instead of walls, but luckily a handy electronic blind. In Bangkok, they'd given up completely and ...
... I ended up having to carry him, with a carseat and K helped w/ all the other luggage. I'm not even quite sure how I managed all that. By the time we went to baggage claim, ours was already off by the side.
My 4th aunt and uncle came to pick us up. K had wanted to see them when we landed but she turned all shy when she actually saw them. However, after we got into their car, she went on and on about wanting to ...