Beauty Hotels Taipei - Hsuanmei Boutique
Travel Blogs from Taipei
Taiwan gave me a very different vibe in comparison to what I had expected; presumably because I based my view of Taiwan solely on her media (such as drama and music videos). I was hoping to see a relatively modern, stylish and vibrant city, just like Hong Kong. Yet when I got there, the city was far from imagination; the most similar region that I can compare Taiwan to is probably Shenzhen: worn, inactive ...
... Alfred Tennyson's Ulysses, which I first encountered in James Bond's Skyfall and which utters some inspiring words of wisdom, will help speak my mind about the idea of serving as a Christian, about my mindset as having been a new student at a new school the past two years and about my view towards my growth:
'Though much is taken, much abides; and though
We are not now that strength which in old days
Moved earth and heaven, ...
... Restaurant. Realized that the info on the voucher was incorrect. As we were placed in 2nd shift (8pm) vs 1st shift (6pm). As I was trying to figure out how to get in, Alex spotted our group lead, we snuggled behind here and got in.
Waited by the table for a long time for Curtis’ parents. They were definitely trapped somewhere.
Eventually everyone was seated. It’s a sit-down dinner, with meal ordered. ...
... had the additional element of drizzle.
We didn’t get to see too much of the city. Our excursion took us from our dock in Keelung (complete with rousing reception by a school drumming unit) to Taipei’s National Palace Museum in about half an hour. But after that, we did a lot of nothing.
The museum is described as one of the finest in the world, holding the most important Chinese art treasures. Unfortunately, it is also a very ...
... after the rain stopped and had a few more snacks such as black rice on a stick and beef wrapped scallions. We stayed away from the large intestine stuffed with small intestine. That seemed like a meal that evolved out of desperation when there was nothing else to stuff inside your sausage. There was an exceptionally long line at a little stand called Liu Yu Zi that sells fried taro balls filled with pork floss and some sort of congealed egg ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility