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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... massage and blow dry and all for 200NT$ We then took a taxi, Bea still hates them, to Daan park. Which is huge and packed! We went to the nic nac market where Heath made me buy the most gorgeous necklace which cost 700NT$ Children are so polite - a ball barely touched my foot and a young girl came running over to get it says so sorry so sorry if this was england it would have been oi chick us the ball back! Everything is safe, leave ...
moved on to wulai, visited the atayal museum, went to the free hot springs on the riverside for foot soothing, then walked over to the more formal free ones where people frolicked in the many tubs.
caught the bus back to town and stumbled on a buffet down a small alley north of the peace park. then got a bubble tea and went to the peace park for a free concert by a guy with guitar.
Arrived just after 6am, caught the bus into town, ate, and checked in to the hostel. Then, since I was feelig good despite my long flight, got right into things by going to Yangmingshan and climbing Cesing mt and checking out the volcanic activity. Ate cheap wonton soup plus pot stickers at the underground mall.
... increasingly frustrated with the political bias of the conference.
Basically, the controversy comes down to this: Is Taiwan an independent country, or is it a part of China? While the Chinese Communist Party supports the system of "one country, two governments," the Democratic Progressive Party of Taiwan continues to advocate for an independent Taiwan. At the same time, the Nationalist Party of Taiwan (KMT, who is currently in power), accepts the one country, two ...
... in remote mountain areas where they are starved and sent mad. Perhaps the Aborigines are more discriminated against than I observed. Perhaps there is rampant xenophobia against foreign immigrants but not short-term visitors. The tour guide on the van tour around Taipei mentioned corruption and he rattled off a long list of mayors from both the Kuomintang and the Democratic Progressive Party who were staying at the Hotel Greybar after being found guilty of graft. ...