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TravelPod Member ReviewsCity Suites Gateway Taoyuan
The hotel is right next to the airport, which makes it extremely convenient after a long set of flights. Though we've only just arrived, the reception staff was friendly and helpful, we have vouchers for breakfast, there's free wifi in the rooms, and the bed is comfortable. Beyond that, the room is clean and modern.
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My time in Taiwan has come to an end and for a souvenir I have treated myself to a larger waistline. It’s a bitter sweet departure because on one hand I won’t be eating delicious soup dumplings anymore but on the other hand not having to eat a packet of tums after each meal will be quite pleasing for the belly.
Seeing that my trip to Taiwan was centered around food and knowing that the rest of my journey ...
... I learned a lot about Taiwan and Taipei.
Enjoyed it so much, we got together again on Monday night, when he and Vanessa took me to one of Taiwan's most famous night markets in nearby Keelong. These night markets are now big tourist attractions, but actually grew up around temples to provide sustenance to temple visitors. As such, they are a key part of everyday life for the Taiwanese. Taipei has about 10 of these night markets. Vanessa loves snacking on the ...
... PEACE ISLAND natural peculiar landscape.Then we proceed to CHIUFEN (nine portion),it was the centers of gold mining in Taiwan and don't miss out delicious local food (Taro dumplin dessert and dark suger ginger tea).
Of cause after nine is ten,we proceed to SHIFEN OLD STREET (ten portion),while stroll beside railway,a lot of sky lantern and souvenir shop there, There also plenty of local snacks that ...
... a good ol' time, bantering with friends on Facebook (we are 12 hours ahead here) and having some excellent breakfast dumplings in a very beautiful and bright airport in Taoyuan.
With still time to spare, figured I'd get to the gate early and sit there. Along the long walk back to the gate, a Taiwanese airport official walks quickly towards me asking several people something. To me, he asks "Is your name Ed?".... nope. After ...
... to crash on the first night
I was anxious to see Chad, as he came to Taiwan for his conference nearly a week earlier. But, since its more than a two-hour train rain from airport to Hualein (where the conference is held), it made the most sense to get a good night's rest and then head south in the morning