ITrip Taipei Inn

Address: 9F.-2, No.36, Xining S. Rd., Taipei, 108, Taiwan | 3 star inn
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This 3 star inn, located in the 1 area of Taipei, is near Ximending District, White Sand Bay, Fine Arts Museum, and Sand Island (Sa-Dau).
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Taipei

Taipei time

A travel blog entry by daisy_and_alex on Sep 10, 2014

3 comments, 94 photos

... we could get some food (thank goodness for dim sum) and then once we'd tried and failed again to visit the Taipei 101 (they close it in a thunderstorm) it was time to head back to Hong Kong.

Overall, Taipei was lovely. Everywhere seemed so much more spacious than Hong Kong, although a tad on the deserted side. People were helpful and friendly, and attractions were interesting. It just might have been a bit better if we'd been able to work out what there actually was to do!

Fire on board and Taiwan heat!

A travel blog entry by monkeypants on Sep 08, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... spoken in Taiwan. With regards to their written language, whilst China now favour the simplified text, Taiwan still use the more complex written version. This means that it is easy for Taiwanese people to recognise simplified Chinese writing but very hard for the Chinese to read the more complex Taiwanese script. I thought that was quite interesting!

My favourite Chinese word is thank you which is written for us as Xie Xie but pronounced ...

Taiwan - 101

A travel blog entry by 4nikkipaton on Sep 03, 2014

8 photos

... fed and exhausted (thanks Johno - what a week). Cocktails in the best bar in town, a Taipei thunderstorm, an authentic Taiwanese friend and subsequently a beautiful necklace, bubble tea, white turnip cake (the best thing), a traditional Taiwanese breakfast of warm salty soy milk soup, and a hell of a lot more but I just heard my boarding call...

Catch you all in Paris.

Thanks for being my home for four nights, Taipei.

A travel blog entry by gabbb on Jun 30, 2014

32 photos

... for the sake of eating. Is this not part of going wild on a holiday? Well—you need not answer that. The place where this friend lived was out of the way. I forgot its name, and also how we managed to reach it.

I was blessed with the chance to stay at a local Taiwanese home, and though a hotel is much more comfortable the time I spent with this Taiwanese family gave me valuable insight into Taiwanese people. They re-defined to ...

Leaving Wulai

A travel blog entry by tbugs1 on Oct 23, 2013

56 photos

... On the walk back to the hotel, as Diana and I were the last, we had asked a woman on a motorbike if we could take her photo. It turned out that her English was exceptionally good and she appeared to be a council worker cleaning up the streets. She mentioned that her mother was one of the mountain people and that she used to go back there. She is able to speak her mother tongue but unfortunately, her daughter could not. Her daughter could only master basic words and ...