Jen Dow International Hotel

Address: No.426 Jeouru First Road, Kaohsiung, Taiwan | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on No.426 Jeouru First Road, Kaohsiung, is near Fort Santo Domingo, Chiayi Eiffel Tower Replica, Blue Lagoon Waterpark, and LIberty Bell.
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Travel Blogs from Kaohsiung

Nice relaxed city

A travel blog entry by tanglt on May 04, 2015

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... at the hotel was surprisingly good with many local dishes and fruits. Then it's an 8 km one way walk to the other old fort located at the original port for Taiwan. We managed to almost lost our guide book which would be catastrophic. The ruins of the original Dutch fort was quite interesting. We tried an oyster fry which was very tasty The tofu dessert 2 km ...

Technology to the rescue - smartphone translator

A travel blog entry by birrell on Apr 27, 2015

2 comments, 48 photos

... said did not compare with Mt Maunganui. However it was being much enjoyed by many families as was the area of stalls we strolled through on our return to the ferry and the mainland. What a busy waterway - a cruise ship, a Navy vessel, a container vessel plus many ferries.

By taxi to a busy beef restaurant for noodles and watermelon drink, our last night with Coco. Her policeman father had taken his last remaining special leave days to show us Taitung and ...

Second day in Tainan

A travel blog entry by rulian.fiske on Apr 25, 2015

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... went to a local restaurant for lunch. It was an OK lunch which included a fish cooked in salt crust. I really could not get too excited about these lunches, but they're edible.

After lunch, we drove to the National History Museum. It was a nicely organized museum and had some parts especially targeted for children, including a cartoon animated movie giving an overview of Taiwan's history. I was very tired, and really could not do the stop-and-go kind of tour well. ...

A good, but tiring, tour of Tainan

A travel blog entry by rulian.fiske on Apr 24, 2015

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... outside for about half an hour. WOW! It was a magnificent sight! My first thought was it was like Versailles!! And he indeed got permission from Versailles to build the fountain in front of the exact same. Very impressive! Our guide told us the museum was meant for people from young to old. It had a section for animals (stuffed), and various sections of real art work from all over the world. The owner used 10% of his company's profit every year ...

Tainan

A travel blog entry by markncatherine on Mar 28, 2015

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... pushed walls over, engulfed door ways and tendrils hang down from the ceiling waiting to make fresh purchase with the ground. We ate a monster pao here which was nearly as big as Catherine's head and looked out over some wetlands and then walked to a nearby temple to have a mooch around. This particular temple was dedicated to Mazu (a god of the sea), we were lucky in that when we arrived some form of ceremony was going on. Some temple members had two large caskets containing ...