Les Suites Taipei Da An
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... like a national trust park. We tried our hand at panning for gold and explored a section of tunnel which was eery and close. Apparently the word 'snake' and whistling are both banned in the mines... We tried both just to see if we would get into trouble.
It was a roasting hot day, and the jet-lag was really kicking in, so we took a bus out to Jiu Feng Alley, a famous old market street in a village near Jingaushi. It was exactly as you ...
... less than 1/2 mile. The ship seemed to be feeling its way along until we reached the Keelung Harbor where the captain was able to skillfully park us alongside a large dock. The ship is tied up as we finish our breakfast. around 8 AM The view from the breakfast window shows us a port that is in much poorer condition than what we saw in Japan, The closest building, for example, has a corrugated tin roof that is quite rusty, Other buildings ...
So I have baby Bea again this morning. Just to let you know Taiwanese kids shows are as annoying as UK children's tv!
Me and Bea made it to the station and are waiting for Paula. The tubes here have volunteers in the first and last carriage that speak English and help you on and off the train if you have a baby. Brilliant just brilliant.
Had coffee and Paula's friend wrote me a note on ...
Today is my last day to see Marianne. She came to our hostel in the morning to meet us, but we were not fully awake and ready by the time she came. We were finally ready, but it was time to go for lunch by then haha.
Marianne took us to an all you can eat Hot pot restaurant. It had so many different types of broth and fresh ingredients to eat! It even had a ...
... men in black leather parkas, Argyle jumpers, skinny jeans. If you don't suffer "yellow fever", twenty-four hours in Taipei ought to do the trick.
Not only are Taipeians in possession of fashion sense, they are incredibly courteous. The only people who aren't helpful are just shy or embarrassed about their English (and English tends to be rather poor here). The weather here is magnificent - soft, cool and rainy, just like Sydney in June. The kind of weather that makes me happy ...