Hotel Regalees

Address: No.89 Syuefu Road, Danshuei Town, Xinbei, 251, Taiwan | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on No.89 Syuefu Road, Danshuei Town, Xinbei, is near Taipei National University of the Arts and National Taiwan University of Arts.
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    Travel Blogs from Xinbei

    Typhoon Soudelor just leaving Taiwan - my neighbor

    A travel blog entry by kurtmult on Aug 08, 2015

    17 photos

    ... Taichung/Tainan to the Taiwan Strait and heading to China. We will have to wait for the damage caused in the southern mountains around Tainan, Kaoshiung and Pintung, an area which was devastated and killed over 600 people by biblical floods caused by Typhoon Morakot.

    My photos are just the tip of the real damage and taken ...

    All Moved in!

    A travel blog entry by tracyintaiwan on Aug 04, 2015

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... is going on.. on the bad side, it will be in Chinese! I really need to learn how to speak this language, it would be very useful! I will post again after the weekend for sure so you all know that I made it through the Super Typhoon.. and who knows, maybe we will get another typhoon day at work!
    I hope everyone is having a great week and speaking of storms.. that was quit the crazy storm on Sunday in Southern Ontario, I hope everyone is okay!!
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    Taiwan Culture Tour

    A travel blog entry by deborah.young on Jul 26, 2015

    34 photos

    ... about getting to Taipei and settling in, assign rooms, and setting the scene for the coming week.

    We had a very full schedule of events, and the days started at 7 am.

    On Day 2 we went to the Presidential Palace and Taiwan University before lunch, followed by Sun Yet San Memorial for the changing of the guard, and a visit to Taipei 101 to look out over the city.

    It was ...

    The Chinese Taiwan

    A travel blog entry by annavan on May 08, 2014

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... them down comfortably. The best bit though is the queuing system. On the ground of the platforms in front of where the train doors pull up there is painted lines to create a place for people to wait in an orderly fashion to board the train. There is one lane to get on and one to get off. This prevents any of the mad riot like situations that occur on the London Underground and people really do stick to it! It's a simple thing but it makes me really happy :) So back to our day, we ...

    Taiwan Week

    A travel blog entry by iamthewizard on Nov 12, 2011

    13 photos

    ... campaign stuff form campaigns (DPP did not seem to mention that). After that we went to have our farewell dinner. I wasn't even the slightest bit hungry from that lunch. Got to see the Taiwanese friend, but I wasn't in a talkative mood so that was an inconvenient time to become antisocial. IES and the NCCU students exchanged gifts then we all parted our ways, that was the last time I saw Pinxuan. I then went with a small group of peeps and went on a search for snake blood. There ...