Pacific Hotspring & Beach Resort

Address: No.1 Haijing Road, Wanli District, Xinbei, 207, Taiwan | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on No.1 Haijing Road, Wanli District, Xinbei, is near Lin Family Garden, Peitou Hot Springs Park and Museum, Fulung Beach, and Sun Yat-Sen Historical Events Memorial Hall (Plum House).
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      Settling into everyday life

      A travel blog entry by alan.cooper on Jan 29, 2015

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      I passed the five week mark yesterday, today marks my 37th day in Taiwan. Writing the date up on the board for my class this evening and talking about how it will be February in a couple of days. Wait a moment- where did January go!? What have I been doing for this past month? I have officially moved to the new apartment, and am enjoying the location and facilities. It is a little noisy, from the neighbours playing music ...

      Taiwan

      A travel blog entry by tan_min_min on Jan 21, 2015

      7 November 2014

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      It was really an exciting day today. We took the aeroplane to Taiwan, YAY! I am so excited as my cousins were waiting for me at the airport. When we reached Taiwan, we took a taxi to our hotel which is Sherwood Taipei, the hotel was huge!! :) I am so excited before we get to the first stop in Taipei.
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      An hour in Taiwan

      A travel blog entry by kmmk17 on Sep 04, 2013

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      ... man next to me had to get the mechanic on before take off to fix his seat! The plane was just four seats wide and had the engines at the back of the plane.....And here was me thinking Taiwan was modern!

      I then flew into Hong Kong circling over Hong Kong Island, and again seeing great views over the central ...

      Shell Oil Warehouses, Ningxia Food Market

      A travel blog entry by londone7 on Mar 03, 2012

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      ... the province in China called Ningxia, or had it just adopted the name of the street it was on? This was immediately reminiscent of the night food markets I had seen in Xinjiang province in China. They had skewers of meat and were making a variety of dishes. To be ...

      How Taiwan Spawned 1,000 Languages

      A travel blog entry by wendyworld on May 11, 2011

      ... Taiwan’s ancestral peoples grew rice and millet, bamboo, rattan and sugarcane. But some were skilled mariners, known as Malayo-Polynesians, and as they travelled throughout Southeast Asia and the Pacific, they brought their language, agricultural knowledge and customs with them, adapting to the different climates and customs they encountered and spawning numerous new dialects.

      About 2,000 years ago, ...