Hotel Royal-Nikko Taipei
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... area called Daan, where I live and that has top infrastructure.
Too more curious information:
- On Taoyuan airport a Jumbo jet parked at the gangway was lifted 50 cm off the ground by the wind
- The 900ton damper in Taipei 101, one of the world highest buildings moved the most ever for hours - up to one meter.
... baked. :)
After that we headed to the TV station for a tour, which the kids loved, as they saw themselves on TV! Then after lunch we spent some time at the Palace museum - it was very crowded, so really hard to keep an eye on everyone, and somewhat nerve-wracking when the kids were given free time there. We eventually got them all back again though..
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... unification and the Taiwanese desiring continuing independence. Not least among China's issues is that, during WWII, China moved its government and many of its treasures and gold bullion from the Forbidden City to Taiwan to protect it and them from the invading Japanese. After independence, Taiwan kept these ptreasures, which are now on display at The National Museum (more on that later). Surprisingly, Taiwan has a very close relationship with Japan. During ...
... way around, a plethora of delicious food, cities, villages, countryside, sea and mountains and a trash collection system that uses a musical sound reminiscent of the ice cream truck jingle in the West. One can bike around the island or hike the mountains (after obtaining the necessary permits). Three weeks was not enough but 2-3 months will afford travelers a pretty good idea about the country and its people. So come and visit ...
... with vegetables and fruit. Yes. Why? No idea. See the pictures for a sense of what I mean. On the nifty side: I've now seen several varieties of postcards that are somewhat interactive. These range from the minimal in that they have a pop-up component to the complex (postcards that have folding instructions on them so you can make a model of a particular building or deity). These really tickle me.
5. This last is a general comment about Southeast ...