Hotel Royal-Nikko Taipei
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... all sorts of stalls and shops. Down below the market is a huge low hall- the food market. Everywhere you look are ice trays covered with fish, prawns, crabs, clams, lobsters and squid. Vendors shout out to us in various European languages, hoping to guess where we are from while others push trays of food towards us as we walk past. It is a world that combines the variety of a food festival, the skill of a michelin hotel and the atmosphere of ...
... of rust stains. We surmise that either the economy is inferior to Japan or there is a lesser level of care or pride of ownership.
At noon we march down the gangway with the other passenger to board our bus for the day. First stop the National Palace Museum. We are told that this museum is considered to be in the top 5 museums of the world category. Once we arrive we also suggest that it is in the top 5 most crowded museums in ...
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... we could get some food (thank goodness for dim sum) and then once we'd tried and failed again to visit the Taipei 101 (they close it in a thunderstorm) it was time to head back to Hong Kong.
Overall, Taipei was lovely. Everywhere seemed so much more spacious than Hong Kong, although a tad on the deserted side. People were helpful and friendly, and attractions were interesting. It just might have been a bit better if we'd been able to work out what there actually was to do!
... which are normal subways. This one is elevated above the roads, the trains have rubber tyres running on concrete rails and each train consists of four tiny carriages. I thought to myself, "Awwwwwww, look at this cutesy-wutesy little trainy-wainy, pwaying with the big boys!"
I took the Wenhu Line all the way to its conclusion at Taipei Zoo then changed to the Maokong Gondola, an aerial cable car which travels for four kilometres up into the hills to the village ...