Hyde Hotel

No.965 Henggong Road, Hengchun Township, Pingtung, 900, Taiwan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Pingtung

Day 94: Last Day in Kaohsiung

A travel blog entry by mfln31

... kill some time before dinner we decided to wander around an art village which featured some very odd pieces of art! I think it's fair to say I don't 'get' modern art. It was interesting nonetheless. Dinner was at a restaurant which served home made pasta dishes, after which we went back to the river briefly to see the city lit up.

Tonight Michael and I introduced Sam to An Idiot Abroad, which he now loves! We have also been quizzing him on every aspect ...

Day 93: Back in Kaohsiung

A travel blog entry by mfln31

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Unsurprisingly, I woke up this morning with a slightly sore head. Sam and Ginny managed to make it to breakfast but rather shamefully Lauren and I slept in. We'd planned to go snorkeling today but the weather was very windy and the sea was too rough.

Instead we visited a coffee shop and then Sam drove us round to see some of the local sights, including beaches and a place where fire ...

Day 91: Kaohsiung Arrival

A travel blog entry by mfln31

... We got up slightly later than we'd planned today so we didn't get to see quite as much of Taipei as we hoped. First up was Taipei 101, the 2nd tallest building in the world. We headed up to the Starbucks on the 35th floor to take some photos of the views. After lunch we then headed to Longshan Temple. It was very busy and full of people waving around incense sticks and trying to pray while we got in the ...

Day 1

A travel blog entry by tis

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We've finally arrived in Taiwan! The plane trip to Kaohsiung was surprisingly short, although it was two hours long. Oh, the time flies! After we landed, we took a bus ride to the E-DA mall and went shopping. The mall was beautiful, and ...

Thoughts on Taiwan

A travel blog entry by donnaterman

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... an English translation, but only 10% or fewer of the Taiwanese business signs include English. (Luckily, the Taiwanese street signs are almost always in Mandarin and English.) It's kind of embarrassing, and makes me think of this joke: What do you call someone who speaks two languages? Bilingual What do you call someone who speaks three or more languages? Multilingual What do you call someone who speaks only one language? ...

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This hotel is located on No.965 Henggong Road, Hengchun Township, Pingtung.
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