East Dragon Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... bar pulled straight from an english pub chain, including croutons and caesar dressing. There is a full bread section, but it is all very sweet and caky.
On Monday 6th, we set off early to get to our first location, the Jinguashi Gold Mine. On the way through early morning Taipei, we saw the first thing we understood and recognised; on a corner near the bus station was a JW.org literature stand and a smiling sister! We had to stop and say ...
... the crowd of elbowers) and head for the next stop—Shilin Presidential Residence
The Shilin Official Residence was the former home of the late President Chiang Kai-sheck. In 1996, it was placed under the care of the city government and partially opened to the public, lifting the veil of mystey that had hung over the estate for nearly half a century. The expansive and elegant garden has a romantic European feel, with rose beds and ...
... out not to be as good as we had expected. So rather than going to the club we headed for McDonald's. I never go there - but when I do it's always abroad! We had some great laughs in there, trying to re-create the Taipei 101 from the french fries cartons and drinking cups.
The next morning we slept in, and then headed over to Tamsui. This place kind of felt like the Asian version of Venice beach. Lots of street performers, little shops selling street food ...
... pleasantly surprised because I didnīt expect to bump into someone like Kai during my 10-hour layover in Taipei. Most things happen when you least expect them.
During the afternoon tour we managed to visit two places: Songshan Cultural & Creative Park and Taipei 101.
- Songshan Cultural & Creative Park was once the Songshan Tobacco Factory in 1937. The building was rated as one of the historical monuments in Taiwan by the government in ...
... rows of seats that we sprawled on. H refused to sleep though and he progressively got louder and louder. He would not lay down to sleep and could not manage to find a comfortable position in his tiny seat with 4 pillows around him. He kept fussing over his pillows. Finally he was down and I went down as well and next thing I know we were descending.
It took us a long time to get out because H did not want to ...