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Taipei travel tips – hotel and Eva Air



(eftersom jag har tråkigt och inte hittade någon blogg men denna typ av information innan jag åkte till Taiwan så tänkte jag göra lite inlägg om tips på Taipei. Kommer ihåg att jag googlade på hur eva air var, hur hotellen var, hur billigt det är osv men alla bara skrev om andra saker så gör lite på engelska nu.)

I flew with Eva Air, which is one of the best airways I’ve ever flown with. Everything with the plane was good. The seats, the service, the TV.

I even enjoyed the food, which is odd because I nearly never like airplane food.

Hotels are not extremely cheap in Taiwan, but cheaper than expected and definitely a lot cheaper than, for example, Tokyo.

I stayed at the Liyuan Hotel (http://www.liyuan.tw/). It’s placed in the centre of Taipei and you can walk to the nearest subway which can take you to most of the places of the city.

I liked the hotel a lot. The staff even spoked japanese and english, and they were really nice too! The building looked small from the outside but you couldn’t tell once you were inside. They also had a good breakfast buffet, which included scrambled egg, toast (with jam, nutella and peanut butter) along with a bunch of stuff from the chinese/taiwanese cuisine. Also, they had free internet, which is always a plus.

If you’re picky, your breakfast can look something like this. (I have no idea of what the green stuff, it tasted alright though. )

This is how it looked right outside the hotel.



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Taipei travel tips – hotel and Eva Air



(eftersom jag har tråkigt och inte hittade någon blogg men denna typ av information innan jag åkte till Taiwan så tänkte jag göra lite inlägg om tips på Taipei. Kommer ihåg att jag googlade på hur eva air var, hur hotellen var, hur billigt det är osv men alla bara skrev om andra saker så gör lite på engelska nu.)

I flew with Eva Air, which is one of the best airways I’ve ever flown with. Everything with the plane was good. The seats, the service, the TV.

I even enjoyed the food, which is odd because I nearly never like airplane food.

Hotels are not extremely cheap in Taiwan, but cheaper than expected and definitely a lot cheaper than, for example, Tokyo.

I stayed at the Liyuan Hotel (http://www.liyuan.tw/). It’s placed in the centre of Taipei and you can walk to the nearest subway which can take you to most of the places of the city.

I liked the hotel a lot. The staff even spoked japanese and english, and they were really nice too! The building looked small from the outside but you couldn’t tell once you were inside. They also had a good breakfast buffet, which included scrambled egg, toast (with jam, nutella and peanut butter) along with a bunch of stuff from the chinese/taiwanese cuisine. Also, they had free internet, which is always a plus.

If you’re picky, your breakfast can look something like this. (I have no idea of what the green stuff, it tasted alright though. )

This is how it looked right outside the hotel.



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