Evergreen Laurel Hotel Keelung
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... shells justice.
After that we went to the Mountain Star for hot tub. Originally we were hoping to go to a Japanese-style hot tub with stone walls surrounding it, yet we found another one in which we were able to contact. The trip to the hotel was long and exhausting; we had to get the MRT to Beitou and then take a relatively long journey on bus S9. The hot tub itself was actually within ...
... melancholy that prevail everywhere in this building. I always need someone to accompany me to the airport, even if I know I am meeting my travel mates at the airport—I am especially melodramatic about going to the airport for some reason. My friend, who accompanied me to the airport, advised me to drop my bags at the check-in counter first. It would make no significant difference even if I waited for my other friend, who was accompanying me ...
Met the group at Taipei Train Station東三門, after walking around in the maze like Taipei Train Station MRT/HSR/TRA transit stop. Will try to grab a cab if possible going back home. Don't know how the foreigners (us) able to find their way around…..
Arrived Keelung Port 2:30pm, after 1 ½ hrs wait in line – customs, immigration, pix line, being held prior to boarding due to AiAi’s two passports issue, we finally checked ...
In scheduling a 17 day vacation to 4 countries (we technically hit 5 via a layover in Shanghai which forced us through customs to get our checked back and right back through, and out of China 15 minutes later) you need to sometimes cut some things out and stack some things on top of each other in order to make it all work. Seoul, we cut a day out (flight issue), and Taiwan was the part where we stacked things on top of each other.
We arrived in Taipei ...
... I would mind getting tips for being moody.
After our meal we took a slow way back to the entrance popping into several souvenir shops along the way.
The weather still wasn't the best so we decided to call it a day and head back to Taipei.
Even though we didn't really do much in Ruifang we still enjoyed our time sipping the locals famous tea and enjoying the views our to sea. I thought it was a nice way to see a bit more of Taiwan.
Ideally I ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center