CityInn Hotel - Taipei Station Branch I

Address: No.7 Huaining Street, Zhongzheng Distrist, Taipei, 100, Taiwan | 3 star motel
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This 3 star motel, located in the 1 area of Taipei, is near Tarako National Park, Chishingtan Beach, Hohuan mountain, and Ching-Shui Cliff.
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    Shaking things up

    A travel blog entry by alan.cooper on Jun 02, 2015

    9 photos

    ... Still enjoying myself every day being here, although sometimes I have to stop myself from taking it for granted and getting too much into the work routines. I have moments where i look around and relies where I am and what I am doing, and I feel quite excited. I know the time will be over before I know it, and I already know at least part of my won't want to come home. In the meantime, I'm going to be trying to get out there and grab as much as I ...

    Back to the beginning

    A travel blog entry by tanglt on May 13, 2015

    18 photos

    ... various pieces of furniture and knick knacks crammed to the ceiling. We spotted a Michelin starred Chinese restaurant on the way, so we thought we would have lunch there. There are branches of the same restaurant in Singapore and HK. This one checked in at about a quarter of the price of the one in Singapore, but the steamed soupy buns were certainly exceptional.
    Following lunch, we ...

    Taipei and Kaohsiung, Taiwan

    A travel blog entry by gail.koff on Apr 22, 2015


    ... an exquisite area with 10 of the most gorgeous Taoist temples with all of their glorious colorful adornments covering the outside and inside of their temples. I so regretted not having my camera! And our cab driver, with no English, kept saying, "no camera, no camera? Why, why, why"! A short note here to explain why this blog does not have any photos attached. Having packed all of my electronics for this trip, iPad, iPhone, iPod, kindle, camera, jawbone and all of ...

    Day 95: Leaving Kaohsiung, Back in Taipei

    A travel blog entry by mfln31 on Apr 06, 2014

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    We spent most of today in Kaohsiung with Sam and Ginny and we were both disappointed that we eventually had to leave. This morning we made Sam take us back to Wu Palo Chun bakery where I devoured a huge lunch. The others were all making fun of how I hungrily tore into the food!

    Then we decided to head for a local mall where we went to see the latest ...

    Leaving Wulai

    A travel blog entry by tbugs1 on Oct 23, 2013

    56 photos

    ... actually went through the tunnel as well. We had a slow walk to the museum which was manned by an elderly gentleman. We could not speak any Mandarin and we did not have James there to translate. Takako hesitantly mentioned that she was Japanese in the hope that he might be able to speak the language as he was in that generation which were under Japanese occupation. The risk was that many Taiwanese of that generation do not like the Japanese much. Luckily for us, the ...