Golden-Age Hotel

Address: No.358 Beei-dah Road, Hsinchu, 300, Taiwan | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on No.358 Beei-dah Road, Hsinchu.
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      Travel Blogs from Hsinchu

      Arrived in Taiwan

      A travel blog entry by sdtrent on Jan 01, 2015

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... for 16 hours. After we got our new flight taken care of I went and got some Asian soup from one of the airport restaurant. It was super good but I felt super self conscious because I didn't know how to use the eating utensils I was given. I sat across from a Taiwanese woman and she gave me some tips on how to eat there ...

      What to do during a layover at Taoyuan Airport

      A travel blog entry by minten on Dec 15, 2014

      3 photos

      ... decided I needed to find coffee, I had only had one small cup during the last 18 hours or so. I proceeded to find some art exhibits (if I ask you what you could do with a 100 or so spoons, I'm pretty sure a full sized female statue or two owls wouldn't be your answer), a quiet e-library with e-magazines available on tablets, a secluded rest area with only two comfy chairs in a room filled with greenery and, my goal with the excursion, a coffee place where I had a ...

      About choosing breakfast wisely

      A travel blog entry by minten on Dec 14, 2014

      2 photos

      ... the airline is Taiwanese and maybe serves better Asian food than western? I decided to go with the egg dish, which turned out to be a cheese omelet. It looked a bit too cheesy, slightly sweaty and sad, and had a thick slice of ham on top. I reconsidered my choice, but at least I had fresh fruit, a croissant and a raspberry yogurt on the side. In the omelettes defense, it looked sadder than it was and it was also hiding ...

      A new type of roller coaster.

      A travel blog entry by michaella.95 on Nov 12, 2013

      3 photos

      ... They drive on the right side of the road, none of that stereotypical driving on the left side that people think. That is Japan, we can leave that magical nonsense to them.

      When coming to Taiwan get ready for a wild ride. There are a few differences from Canada:

      • There are speed limits, but no speed limits.
      • There may be lines on the road but their just lines.
      • Just because ...

      Farewell Taiwan and Thank You!

      A travel blog entry by welovemondays on Nov 15, 2012

      39 photos

      ... to continue to get the tone wrong and therefore the words.

      A massive thank you to everyone who has contributed to our time here, we shall miss you and Taiwan hugely!

      There are simply too many happy memories to put into writing, so instead we are adding our favourite images from the weird to the wonderful. Thank you Taiwan, you have been loved!

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