Holiday Inn East Taipei
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- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... back!). For a city of this size, Taipei is clean, people are friendly and smile easily, and you feel completely safe wherever you go.
Underpinning this sense of order, Taipei has a modern, clean, comprehensive subway system - it's MRT. It ranks as the best I've ever used - even better than the Tube in London! I took it many times, everyday, going virtually everywhere, using inexpensive 24-hour passes. The stations are clean, maps well-labelled, and cars ...
So I have baby Bea again this morning. Just to let you know Taiwanese kids shows are as annoying as UK children's tv! Me and Bea made it to the station and are waiting for Paula. The tubes here have volunteers in the first and last carriage that speak English and help you on and off the train if you have a baby. Brilliant just brilliant. Had coffee and Paula's friend wrote me ...
... FACTORY & ABORIGINAL SOUVENIR CENTRE. and proceed to TAITUNG for overnight stay.
From TAITUNG,we drive through the South-Link Highway to KAOHSIUNG,at KAOHSIUNG we go to FO GUANG SHAN BUDDHA MEMORIAL CENTER which is built to worshio Buddha's relic, the construction combines both Chinese and foreign techniques and skills. Then we visit to SHIHZUWAN SCENIC AREA. Later enjoy shopping at ...
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The Great Wall
Everything with Green Tea
Seeing the Great Wall
Meeting the SD Governor
Having a dance party with the Taiwanese CMU students
... compared with Qantas. It makes me wonder why we opted for Qantas and not JAL on our Sydney-Tokyo return flights. The food on the JAL flight was much, much better than on Qantas and they served the hot meal on a small hotplate. I don’t think we would fly Qantas again after this.
We were due to arrive at Songshan Airport at 11.30am. We had, in fact, arrived ahead of time by as much as 20 minutes, probably blown by the tail wind of the ...