Taipei International Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... on the town devouring their world famous chili crab, your experience will redefine the meaning of excellence. You become so amazed at this food metropolis that you start contemplating the meaning of life and realize Singapore is definitely a part of it.
2. Penang, Malaysia- I can’t speak for all of Malaysia but I sure can for Penang. This place offers the best of two worlds- Indian and Chinese cuisine. Although your stomach ...
... and Vanessa (who? see below).
A story Anthony shared to make the point is once they went camping when there was tons of room in an empty field and another couple - complete strangers - set up a tent right beside theirs. When Anthony/Vanessa moved theirs to get some space, the other couple started to move theirs to follow along. The thinking was 'well if they've moved, it must be better over there' rather than 'isn't it nice to have this extra space'. Anthony ...
... your taste buds. The most interesting thing is that you may chance to see the unique scene of trains running right throughthe old street.You may experience lighting sky lantern.I did!! Last stop of my second day,we stop at LUODONG NIGHT MARKET at YILAN.
At the morning we take train to HUALIAN,at HUALIAN we visit TAROKO GORGE SCENIC AREA & ZHANGCHUN ANCESTRAL SHRINE. Continue to ...
... a bit more than what I've seen in other guard changes in Europe. Even more interesting was the tourist craze around them - they did not want to miss a single movement! After the Memorial Hall we went to visit the Confucius Temple. Although we were initially told it was closed for the day, we got lucky once more! A group of school children were inside to practice for a dance recital they will have on Confucius day, and so the complex was open for us to see. The ...
... with the sugary-tangyness of the preserved plum, giving a juicy fresh tomato aftertaste that left you hankering for more. It turned out these were a particularly good version of this staple street snack.
Sidestepping most of the dishes we passed, we ducked into a small cafe for 'The main course', the ubiquitous oyster omelet, described to us by many as 'a must eat street food of Taiwan'. Arriving before us slathered in what i ...