Dandy Hotel - Tianjin Branch
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... with you during the entire time, your senses are exploding in pure delight. Every corner you turn you are greeted with smells of curries, sights of dumpling bamboo steamer baskets stacked 10 feet tall, and sounds of sizzling skillets whipping up mee gorengs. Walking the streets, I felt like I was Augustus Gloop entering Willy Wonka’s chocolate room and singing…”come with me, and you’ll be, in a world of pure ...
... doesn't want to have to deal with a population used to democracy - echoes of what is happening in Hong Kong right now).
Last aside, do the Taiwanese ever like anime here! It's used for ads of all types, park structures, social messaging, instructions... everything.
And Hello Kitty is huge!!! The gondola up the mountain for city views uses that theme, as do stores at the airport, tons of toys/purses/junk/other articles, and even some check-in kiosks at 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 ...
... National Palace Museum. So much for it being a public holiday for people to spend with their family, I think every second person in the city was at the museum. We checked out a lot of the changes over the years to their porcelain, bronze and jade. To see the progression from there early history to today shows just how far technology has come. Then it was off to Martyr's Shrine (Taiwan's Buckingham Palace) ...
only downside about the place was that breakfast was a voucher for McDonalds.
Once putting our bags down we went to investigate the local
night markets. Indi was the centre of much attention and photography as usual.
Mark tried chicken hearts on a stick, Kat tried fish balls (balls made of fish)
and we were recommended to try local Taiwanese sausage but that wasn’t very nice
so we stayed away from those stands in future. We got Indi a corn on ...