Tayih Landis Hotel Tainan
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- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Hot tub
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I dag skiftede vi hotel, men vi spiste morgenmad tidligere så vi lige kunne nå en ekstra tur i den fantastiske swimmingpool på Hotel Queena. Ved 12-tiden checkede vi ud og kørte til Hotel Landis i centrum af Tainan. Cherry skulle have ordnet negle så det var Raymond der hentede os på hotellet i Stevens bil. Da vi kom …
... with friends for my good friend who had left her job in Hualien. So it was a bitter sweet final weekend as again I was a little sad to leave but I have left with some great memories, and good friends. A long bus ride followed, back to Taichung for the short hop ( should've been short.....) over to Hong Kong for a few days. Even my final bus ride had a twist as I was guided to the bus stop firstly by a good friend in Taipei to buy the ticket (she basically bought ...
... closed it's doors and parked up. We waited another half an hour before giving up and getting a taxi.
The hotel was fine. Though our room smelt a little like cigarettes, everything else was good. Plus we had a free breakfast thrown in. We identified a nearby vegan restaurant and went there for dinner. On the way, we realised that Tainan does not take pedestrian safety as seriously as in Taipei. With pavements ending abruptly ...
... going on in the city; as seems usual, most sights are out of town, and Liam’s sprained wrist isn’t yet up to cycling about the countryside. But one major area is easily accessible via hop-on, hop-off tour bus, and that’s the famous Taroko Gorge. Taroko is at the bottom east end of one of the few cross-island highways in Taiwan, and the first hour of driving takes you up a magnificent canyon carved into the marble rock of the ...
Went to Fo Guang Shan, largest Buddhist monastery. Very large, with 8 pagodas (each dedicated to something, with different topical exhibits) along the central lane leading to the main building that has various mini-museums and shrines. At each point we could interact with the monks and nuns who told us about the monastery. Behind the main building was a ...