Pacific Business Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPacific Business Hotel Taipei
My room was exactly what I needed, and the breakfast was great. A wonderful place to stay.
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It was with great fortune that I was able to return to Taiwan. It was with even greater fortune that other school recruiters were just as interested in exploring! The trip started in Albany, through Detroit, touching down in Tokyo, and finishing in spectacular fashion in Taipei. I had the same adorable elderly Taiwanese couple next to me from …
... walls arent the thickest or most sound proof that I have ever slept between. Otherwise I am enjoying waking up in my own apartment in Ximending as well as heading home of a night time. Today also marks my seventh working day in Taiwan. My first day last week left me feeling like I was drowning. So many new things to get my head around- new textbooks, online homework systems, online lesson planning systems, ...
... and made it to the top. What a view and what perfect timing. The sun was just beginning to set so the colours were stunning and we stayed there until the city had turned black twinkling with the city lights. A fantastic way to end our last night in Taipei.
We were sad to leave the comfort of our lovely hostel and the ease and convenience that Taipei offered with an easy metro and good cheap food, but the rest of the country was calling. ...
... 1919. It's dedicated to the Buddhist Goddess of Mercy. It was a highly interesting spectacle, as it had numerous tourists and visitors milling around outside and inside the temple, whilst also having large numbers of normal people coming and leaving offerings and praying. The fact that it was still a fully functioning temple whilst also being a popular tourist spot was an unusual blend (for example, there was a gift shop open in the temple, whilst there was ...
We then wandered around the area for a while (this place is pretty messy and like a maze) before taking the bus back to RuiFang, followed by the train to SongShan in Taipei.
Raohe Night Market, round 2
Teppanyaki black pepper noodles, smelly tofu, fried oyster with eggs, beijing mutton satays, juicy mushrooms and doriyaki. Enough said. This place is so awesome it deserves a second ...