Imperial Hotel Taipei
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... and Vanessa (who? see below).
A story Anthony shared to make the point is once they went camping when there was tons of room in an empty field and another couple - complete strangers - set up a tent right beside theirs. When Anthony/Vanessa moved theirs to get some space, the other couple started to move theirs to follow along. The thinking was 'well if they've moved, it must be better over there' rather than 'isn't it nice to have this extra space'. Anthony ...
So today I get Bea all to myself for a few hours. Then collect Sarah from school. Paula should be back just after that then off to the beach. Apparently 2-3 hrs by bus and train but Paula booked us seats on the train so we don't have to stand. Yay Paula. Well I didn't kill the baby. Heath helped, sort of he hid in bedroom when she cried. Then we got Sarah and went to laundrette to dry some ...
... your taste buds. The most interesting thing is that you may chance to see the unique scene of trains running right throughthe old street.You may experience lighting sky lantern.I did!! Last stop of my second day,we stop at LUODONG NIGHT MARKET at YILAN.
At the morning we take train to HUALIAN,at HUALIAN we visit TAROKO GORGE SCENIC AREA & ZHANGCHUN ANCESTRAL SHRINE. Continue to ...
... own food in boiling broth, I got fish, the whole fish. It was really good and had traditional Chinese medicine in the broth, but I could not taste it. We had an early morning of travel the next day and had to leave at 6am Monday and with the time change we arrived back in Minneapolis 1pm Monday. Even though we flew to Tokyo and then to Minneapolis and all together probably spent almost 15 hours on a plane to get home.
... for my phone, then wandered out in a slight drizzle.
The Chung Hwa store was down a couple of blocks away. Everything was set to go except for when she asked for two pieces of ID for a pre-paid phone card that we could buy from any supermarket or 7-11 at home. I didn’t have my passport with me. All I had was my credit card and that was certainly not good enough. Will have to try again tomorrow.
Meanwhile, there was food to buy. ...