Paris Business Hotel

Address: No.8 Zili Second Road, Kaohsiung, 800, Taiwan | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on No.8 Zili Second Road, Kaohsiung.
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Travel Blogs from Kaohsiung

Waiting 等候

A travel blog entry by sjm904 on Jun 01, 2014

Just about one hour until we leave Tainan. Trying to stay awake. It's morning in America now. 一個小時後 ;要離開台ࡕ 5;。我硬不Š 01;睡,美國 694;在是早上 ...

Monks and mudbaths

A travel blog entry by ablo on Jan 04, 2014

Decided to spend the morning in Foguangshan complex since we were here. Met an Australian Buddhist at breakfast who was a tour guide in the memorial complex so we said we'd head over there. Wandered around the Pure Life cave first of all – a sort of surreal Buddhist Disneyland to teach children the principles of Buddhism with huge moving models and music. Then went to the new memorial ...

Happy New Year!

A travel blog entry by ablo on Jan 01, 2014

... train - 400 kph - to Tainam, a city to the south of the island. Train was ridiculously fast and we made the journey to the other side of the island in 1 hour 45 minutes. Only downside was we didn't have window seats but it was dark so we didn't miss much to be honest! Arrived in Tainam City at 2200 and checked into a very funky retro 1967 hotel with a washing machine in each room - random but useful!
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A story of hot spring bathing

A travel blog entry by beoms on Dec 08, 2013

... looked ever so slightly familiar to me, the muddy greenish one, apparently good to detoxify your skin. This stuff has to dry for about 15min so during that time I chated with the guy, Jordan and his brother, Lawrence and they turned out to be the cousins of the owner of that place. Random! I spent the rest of the afternoon with them. It made the all hot spring experience very enjoyable. I think I might have got a bit bored on my own. They even helped me find ...

Anping

A travel blog entry by luciecox on Oct 28, 2013

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Anping, known for its seafood and mostly shrimp that comes in all declinations: fresh, wontons, dumplings, crackers, pancakes and even choux. The town has a few beautiful shrines that are very different from the ones we saw in previous countries, lots of ornaments, more offerings and enough incense to make you faint. The highlight of the day though was the sunset, that happens quite early at this time of year in Taiwan (5pm ish) and it was just beautiful, as the pictures will ...