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We first visited P.S. BUBU, a sophisticatedly designed restaurant which allows people to dine inside some classy car shells. Kelly and I took LOADS of posed photos and polaroids so we probably got a few stares from other tables! In general I was very satisfied with the restaurant, yet the outlook of it was completely different from my forecast as the surroundings outsides the shop did not do the ...
... we are, we are,
One equal temper of heroic hearts,
Made weak by time and fate, but strong in will
To strive, to seek, to find and not to yield.'
Hong Kong people have a knack for Japan. I wonder if this has anything to do with how developed a nation Japan is, but sometimes the best trips do not necessarily take place in developed nations; and I still think there are areas in Taipei that can be more developed. In ...
... 8217;t impressed with the quality & service of the place. Will try to avoid this restaurant at all causes. Though tomorrow evening’s Gala Dinner (with formal wear, I suppose, no flip-flop, my favorite shoes in Taiwan) will be at the same place.
There’s some mismatches between the food we ordered and the meal that was delivered. And the server definitely wasn’t “gracious”. Sometimes one could observe the menu was ...
... attraction, which means that it gets extremely crowded.
Many of the groups were from mainland China. We were told that they are not accustomed to museum behavior. The warnings were obviously true, and although we saw signs that asked people to keep their voices low, it seemed that many people ignored the requests.
We were herded into an assembly area in the lobby, where we waited for about half an hour. We then were guided up one floor on ...