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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 ...
... at the DanShui Lovers' Bridge. No lover for me just yet, and not that I was hoping to find one here, but it was nice to see other couples loitering with sweetness.
Normal people eat three meals a day. By this definition of 'normal', our abnormality was off the scale: we ate six meals every day we were in Taipei—we sinned horribly. First and foremost was the scrumptious breakfast; in between breakfast and lunch, though we had ...
... room. Decent size, but wait…..A REAL BED!!! After sleeping on the floor with 5 couch cushions and 1 pillow the last 3 nights, it’s a major UPGRADE. Better enjoy while we can!
5pm is boat emergency drill. It took 45 min to get 2,000 passengers all on board and ready for the drill. The crew seems disorganized, at least time-wise. Curtis’ parents, AiAi and I waited for 30 min w/o seeing the majority of the passengers on deck. And the ...
... It's very nice. We have a suite, which will be quite handy when I'm doing work over the next few days, as unlike him I do not have a guest office at the university.
Once we'd moved our stuff (it's betting harder and harder to fit everything into the suitcase, and none of the gifts we've bought have gone in there!), we braved the rainy, dreary, chilly weather to explore Da'an Park and the Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall. The park would have been ...
... like massive ice cream, squid (roast or fried), sausages, tea and so on... We watch the sunset from Fort San Domingo. It was built by the Dutch back in the 17th century. I was actually exhausted when I got back to my hostel.
On Sunday we met at 11am (oh yeah sleep time!) and went to the Chiang Kai Shek Memorial were we saw the changing of the guard. We had an all you can eat Taiwanese buffet on the site of the former brewery. ...
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Good location though - when you eventually find it.
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