Travel Blogs from Taipei
Today I had arranged to go on a morning tour, so had to set to my alarm to ensure I was waiting outside my hotel at 8:10am. This was the earliest I think I had left a hotel so far on this trip (excluding my ridiculous departure time from Seoul).
I had booked my tour with Edison Tours, through my hotel. The tour was heading north to see …
Today was my first full day in Taipei. I admit to greeting it with a little trepidation, based on my short jaunt out last night, but thought I am only here for a short time so I might as well try and make the most of it.
Being that I am quite partial to the religious aspect of these Asian countries I thought it only right that I start out …
Oh dear - why ever did I choose such an early flight? Who on earth wants to get an alarm call at 5am, to make sure they are outside by 5:30am for their bus to the airport? Me, clearly, because that is exactly what I had signed up for. The worst part of it was it was the coldest night in Seoul since I had arrived so the wait outside for the bus was …
... Market. We bought our own dinner there and played arcade games. Lots of students won stuffed animals and will bring them home! We are now at the Fullon Hotel where we'll be for two nights; the biggest disappointment is that there is NO wi-fi here! :( Tomorrow we will remain in Taipei.
Written by Afreen G, Caitlyn L and Courtney ...
... The food itself was expensive but tasted pretty ok.
故宫博物院 ;After topping off with some ****** food, we headed to the National Palace Museum. The place is swarming with tourists, mostly from China. It houses the major artifacts that were rescued (or stolen, depending on your political leanings) by the Kuomintang during their escape from China in the civil war. Cool stuffs but kind of alright I guess.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service