Viscount

Address: No.3 Yi-chiang Street, Taipei, Taiwan | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the James Bay area of Taipei, is near Ximending District, Fine Arts Museum, White Sand Bay, and Shung Ye Museum of Formosan Aborigines.
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Travel Blogs from Taipei

Catching up!

A travel blog entry by lairdarmstrong on Apr 09, 2015

5 comments

... packed, smelly and vibrant. The alley pushes and twists through the heart of the village, the shops pushing into the street and overflowing with stalls and food. We found some local street food to try, with varying success. One dish, which apparently is a Taiwanese delicacy, sounds wonderful. It is a dish of crushed ice with a choice of toppings and sauce... Sounds great? The toppings I recognised were red beans, sweet potato, rice, cabbage, ...

Made in Taiwan

A travel blog entry by juanitobosque on Apr 02, 2015

6 photos

... the crowd of elbowers) and head for the next stop—Shilin Presidential Residence
The Shilin Official Residence was the former home of the late President Chiang Kai-sheck. In 1996, it was placed under the care of the city government and partially opened to the public, lifting the veil of mystey that had hung over the estate for nearly half a century. The expansive and elegant garden has a romantic European feel, with rose beds and ...

3 months over!

A travel blog entry by alan.cooper on Mar 26, 2015

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... on the whole thing. More presently it's been raining all week, my health has recovered and I am wondering whether I need to reevaluate my goals for this year, or if I should just carry on enjoying it for it is and not think too much. There is a long weekend next weekend, but otherwise not a lot of big events on the horizon. Proceed with the weekly routine of work, eating, meeting people, weekend laundry, clubbing, then rinse and ...

Your Daily Dose of East Asian Politics

A travel blog entry by elisehuerta on Jul 26, 2014

... It's a very tricky and ambiguous situation and it's easy to offend people just by a slip of the tongue. For example, saying "Republic of China" instead of "Taiwan," or by referring to China as the "Mainland" instead of just "China." It's difficult for people not to wear their politics on their sleeves when they ask questions like "Is this your first time in China?" or "Have you ever been to China?" I often find myself at a loss for how to respond.

At a glance, Taiwan ...

Touch down and smile!

A travel blog entry by lionelchiajx on Feb 23, 2014

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... the surrounding nature, which helps to give you a little bit of orientation around the whole town. From here you can tell which are the older and newer parts of the city, the traffic (or lack thereof) and the general niceness of the whole place. It's a little bit crowded with tourists from mainland China but I suppose that's the case everywhere nowadays.

Mayroom Hostel
I'd admit that I was not looking forward to the stay. But ...