Evergreen Laurel Hotel

Address: No.63 Sung Chiang Road, Taipei, 104, Taiwan | 5 star hotel
 
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This 5 star hotel, located on No.63 Sung Chiang Road, Taipei, is near White Sand Bay, Sanhsia Old Street, Guanghua Market, and Sand Island (Sa-Dau).
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      Settling into everyday life

      A travel blog entry by alan.cooper on Jan 29, 2015

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      I passed the five week mark yesterday, today marks my 37th day in Taiwan. Writing the date up on the board for my class this evening and talking about how it will be February in a couple of days. Wait a moment- where did January go!? What have I been doing for this past month? I have officially moved to the new apartment, and am enjoying the location and facilities. It is a little noisy, from the neighbours playing music ...

      A short journey around Taiwan

      A travel blog entry by grizzly on Jan 14, 2015

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      ... br> It was time to leave city life behind and do some useful things – learning something about farming in Taiwan. I went to a weeklong farmstay to Hsinchu country to stay with Adan and Yi Hsien – Adan being the ‘yam and rice master’. I loved the week with them – there were three dogs to keep me busy, a pet goose, lots of work and the New Year in between that saw me going up to a mountain community with two ...

      Day 86: Long time no see!

      A travel blog entry by ryan.lee on Aug 07, 2014

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      ... MRT to go home. Marianne helped me stop by a beauty shop for me to get some things for Sharon and I ended up buying a lot of stuff for her (lots of freebies were included!). The lady at the store probably thought I was dumb since I didn't know anything about any of the products or the differences between them. Luckily Marianne was there to help explain things to me in detail.





      -- Ryan L.
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      Regional Reverie Gets Wet

      A travel blog entry by regionalreverie on Mar 14, 2014

      ... coated in a brittle toffee-like glaze. I visited the excellent Ayatal Museum, free and complete with life-size models of Ayatal houses. Then I took the plunge, literally and figuratively.
      Wulai is most famous for hot springs. Cheapskates can just walk down to the river bank and bathe for free, but with nowhere to stow my day pack and passport and clothes this was untenable. So I paid NT$300 (Note: 1 Australian dollar equals 28 New Taiwan dollars. To get a rough conversion, ...

      An hour in Taiwan

      A travel blog entry by kmmk17 on Sep 04, 2013

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      Although my third leg was Hong Kong, it actually covered all the regions of China.

      The first was a quick transfer in Taiwan. Unfortunately only spending an hour there - there was still enough time to buy a souvenir, and see some views out of the dodgy old plane plane.

      Before taking off to Hong ...