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

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Taipei First Day

A travel blog entry by conniefanta

... rooms, hence we were given a hotel room with double beds and a hot tub and a small cold tub. Overall it was again satisfactory, but unexpected.

The third place that we visited was Shiling Night Market. It was very satisfactory as my stomach was filled very quickly with native Taiwanese dishes. Though I didn't expect it to be an actual 'market' as I'd thought it'd be a whole street filled with food ...

Thanks for being my home for four nights, Taipei.

A travel blog entry by gabbb


... as a family, I have since young been blessed with opportunities to fly. These extensive opportunities have in turn given rise to my passion for flying, to my fervent desire for being on the road—and most importantly to my courage for leaving things, and people, behind. It has always been my hobby to keep used boarding passes in good condition, so that in due time these places I have once been to will be reminiscent of my youth; yet, ...

Boarding day!

A travel blog entry by piming


... Restaurant. Realized that the info on the voucher was incorrect. As we were placed in 2nd shift (8pm) vs 1st shift (6pm). As I was trying to figure out how to get in, Alex spotted our group lead, we snuggled behind here and got in.

Waited by the table for a long time for Curtis’ parents. They were definitely trapped somewhere.

Eventually everyone was seated. It’s a sit-down dinner, with meal ordered. ...

Just barely made our flights

A travel blog entry by hmetevier2


We left New Orleans (after finding out our flight was canceled months ago). We had to fly to Atlanta so that we could get to Los Angela's on time. The Atlanta flight had crazy seat switchers and it was a bit of a circus. The flight from LA to Taipei, Taiwan was a long one and very warm. We are in Taipei waiting for our last flight of the day to Hanoi Vietnam. The airports here are very nice and mostly empty. We are all a little tired and ready to get our adventure ...

What's popular in Taiwan now #1

A travel blog entry by smurfett820

... to take a concept and run with it. Coffee shops are even more prevalent than it was the last time I was here. My aunt says that in the popular areas, the rent get raised so high so businesses go out. I wonder if this is why I don't see so many traditional Chinese breakfast place anymore. The more traditional food start at a lower price point than western food like coffee.

Anyways, I see a lot of tiny coffee shops that ...


This hotel, located on No.3 Yi-chiang Street, Taipei, is near Ximending District, Fine Arts Museum, Shung Ye Museum of Formosan Aborigines, and Sand Island (Sa-Dau).
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