Many Flower Business Hotel
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Taiwan gave me a very different vibe in comparison to what I had expected; presumably because I based my view of Taiwan solely on her media (such as drama and music videos). I was hoping to see a relatively modern, stylish and vibrant city, just like Hong Kong. Yet when I got there, the city was far from imagination; the most similar region that I can compare Taiwan to is probably Shenzhen: worn, inactive ...
... did not not know where we were going, but the views we had were comforting enough to have kept our minds off things that did not matter: why should we know where we were going anyway?
Before I had to leave my friend and meet some of my other Taiwanese friends, who would put me up for the night, we had an awkward two hours left. It would be a waste if we frittered time away at the hotel, so my friend proposed tea at the Grand ...
... right before one’s face. Hope not all restaurants in the cruise are like this.
Watched a cartoon and Taiwan teen romance movie with AiAi after dinner. Entertaining, definitely a good way for AiAi to be acquainted with Taiwan culture/Mandarin.
Happy in my bed….after 11:30pm late night snack at 12th floor deck – Pizzeria. Chinese spicy beef noodles and pizza for us. Tummy full and time to hit the pillow. Aiming to ...
... thing in Taiwan. It was a really good evening and the first proper time we had been able to spend getting to know the boys and Wei wen. We had an interesting conversation about the difference in schooling between Asia and Europe which made me realise and appreciate just how good we've got it. The boys here wake at 5:30 everyday to be in school for 7 and don't leave until earliest 5 in the evening so are often home at 8. That's not included something that vaguely translates ...
... with red bean, others with condensed milk), while good, may or may not have been what everyone was raving about.
By this point, Ben and I decided to nix the idea of Taipei 101. With the sky still overcast and rainy, there wouldn't have been anything to see. So we headed back to the hotel room, packed up our things in anticipation of our 6:30am departure for the airport tomorrow morning, and settled in to drink whiskey and watch Iron Chef.
TravelPod Member ReviewsMany Flower Business Hotel Taipei
The traditional taiwanese breakfast made this stay exceptional regardless of the old worn out Taiwan rooms. The internet only worked in the lobby although on the website it stated wireless access everywhere.
Location is amazing! Close to CSK Memorial Hall, MRT stations and many shops and restaurants.
Pleasant stay for 8 days!
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