Dolamanco

Address: No.73 Section 3, Sinyi Road, Daan District, Taipei, Taiwan | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on No.73 Section 3, Sinyi Road, Daan District, Taipei, is near Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall, Wulai Falls, Guanghua Market, and Lin An Tai Historical Home.
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    Typhoon Soudelor just leaving Taiwan - my neighbor

    A travel blog entry by kurtmult on Aug 08, 2015

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    Taiphoon Soudelor has been the strongest storm to hit the island in the last few years. It covered the whole island, made landfall on the East coast between Hualien and Yilan, where damage is and will be highest, as reports are slowly trickling in as the hours pass. On the island over the mountains the storm made a southern turn to move ...

    Taiwan Culture Tour

    A travel blog entry by deborah.young on Jul 26, 2015

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    ... baked. :)

    After that we headed to the TV station for a tour, which the kids loved, as they saw themselves on TV! Then after lunch we spent some time at the Palace museum - it was very crowded, so really hard to keep an eye on everyone, and somewhat nerve-wracking when the kids were given free time there. We eventually got them all back again though..


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    A short journey around Taiwan

    A travel blog entry by grizzly on Jan 14, 2015

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    ... Geopark – the rock formations looked amazing and I envisioned myself spending a day walking around the area while making up stories about these weather shaped formations. Boy was I in for a surprise when I arrived at the Geopark - I was greeted by busloads of Chinese, Koreans and some Taiwanese. I felt instantly reminded of travelling to scenic spots in China where it is usually hard to see the object of desire due to the amounts ...

    Longshan Temple and the Night Markets

    A travel blog entry by jonnyjrroberts on Jul 24, 2014

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    ... on its 15NT (National Taiwanese Dollars) to ride the bus, to anywhere on the route (that's like, 0.30!).
    We had an interesting interaction at our bus stop with a crazy elderly Asian man. He spoke very good English to be fair to him! His main topic of conversation was Alexandras smile! We think he really liked it but we're not 100% positive, he seemed to be saying everyone in Taipei had such dour, boring faces, so he enjoyed seeing her pearly whites! He also ...

    Enjoying Taipei with Chi-Jene

    A travel blog entry by beoms on Dec 02, 2013

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    ... fried), sausages, tea and so on... We watch the sunset from Fort San Domingo. It was built by the Dutch back in the 17th century. I was actually exhausted when I got back to my hostel.

    On Sunday we met at 11am (oh yeah sleep time!) and went to the Chiang Kai Shek Memorial were we saw the changing of the guard. We had an all you can eat Taiwanese buffet on the site of a former brewery. The afternoon was very chill out. We hanged around Huashan Creative Park ...