Santos Hotel

No.49 Section 3 Chengde Road, Taipei, 103, Taiwan | 4 star hotel
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Day 4

A travel blog entry by tis

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... 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 ...

A bit of history and heights

A travel blog entry by lionelchiajx

... 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.

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The Great Escape!

A travel blog entry by lionelchiajx

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We then wandered around the area for a while (this place is pretty messy and like a maze) before taking the bus back to RuiFang, followed by the train to SongShan in Taipei.

Raohe Night Market, round 2
Teppanyaki black pepper noodles, smelly tofu, fried oyster with eggs, beijing mutton satays, juicy mushrooms and doriyaki. Enough said. This place is so awesome it deserves a second ...

Taipei Food Tour

A travel blog entry by rjdemp

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... tasty but you have to be careful not to choke on them when you slurp them up through the oversized straw.

Our first plan was to take a day tour to see some highlights and get a grip on our surroundings. We saw the changing of the guard at the Chang Kai Shek Memorial Hall, the National Shrine, a Taoist temple and a couple of exhibits at the National Museum. Then we were free to figure out the rest on our own. Luckily we were able ...

Taipei city sightseeing

A travel blog entry by lucieandiuri

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... the last three countries, we still managed to be surprised by that one. It seems that Taiwanese make a lot more offerings to their god and light a lot of incense.
Later, we took the subway to a different part of town, the West side towards Taipei 101. We stopped a station before to see Sun Yat-sen's memorial park which is a political figure very implicated in Chiang's life. Then onto the second highest building in ...

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This 4 star hotel, located in the 1 area of Taipei, is near Sanhsia Old Street, Hell Valley, Guai Tzi Ken Country Club, and Yangming Park.
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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent