Bath Abbey, an Anglican parish church founded in the 7th century, is probably on the top of the list for many visitors to the UK, including mine. The grandeur of its outside structure may not strike as a place of magnificence, but once you walk in, you must realise, that the air your breathing, has the scent of 'history'!
- Sep 30 Thu 2010 10:40
- Sep 29 Wed 2010 09:46
- Sep 27 Mon 2010 09:33
1. Total Beatles Experience
來到披頭四的故鄉，想不參予一些相關的旅遊活動都不行！！雖然Beatle's Story門票貴，但物超所值。即使你只是＂有點喜歡＂，還不到死忠粉絲，相信你還是會覺得很值得！另外，The Cavern Quarter裡的The Cavern Club疑每周四都有仿披頭四的模仿秀也是不容錯過的唷！最後，如果你恰好遇上一年一次的Mathew Street Festival，也可找找那專屬披頭四歌曲演出的舞台，享受音樂live秀！
Beatle's Story http://celestechien.pixnet.net/blog/post/24358301
- Sep 24 Fri 2010 09:10
- Sep 23 Thu 2010 11:26
I went to this restaurant with a friend of mine prior to my second trip to the UK. It was actually a random choice, and being here on a weekday, meant we got a pretty good deal on the meals.
- Sep 21 Tue 2010 10:49
For convenient and nutritional reasons, I had long altered my strict vegetarian diet to pescetarian. I eat fish, and most types of seafood. This made socialising with friends so much easier than it had been when I had been a strict vegetarian. Restaurants here in Taiwan are not as vegetarian friendly as they are in the west. You can't just jump into any random one assuming they'll have vegetarian choices. Anyhow, this was where my friend decided to take us for dinner. Actually, he had decided the location, but not this specific restaurant. But as surprises often are, the result is more than satisfactory.
- Sep 20 Mon 2010 11:03
We didn't have the tofu pudding at the other place, because we had already planned to come here. The 'taro dessert', as my friend called it. Although you can easily taste this anywhere around Taiwan now, it's still more meaningful to have it at the place from which it had originated. Don't you reckon?
- Sep 17 Fri 2010 11:34
This is the world famous Chiufen. It is the setting of the famous film 'City of Sadness', one, I had to admit, I had only seen once at a time when I had not yet learned how to appreciate it. Travellers from Taiwan and abroad love to come here. Although many complain that the place has become way too commercialised, to me, some things will never change - the innate historical and cultural atmosphere hidden within.
- Sep 15 Wed 2010 10:35
After having toured around two different Japanese style houses, we were ready to experience what it was like being miners in this area. I was quite impressed with what they had done with the place. The place was well organized, and clearly shows that a lot of effort had been put into making the place a world-class tourist attraction.
- Sep 13 Mon 2010 08:53
I think I have been to Jinguashi once before. It was way back during the ignorant days. So my memory of it was very vague. There were three of us out here on this day. We were escorting a very dear friend of mine that I had made in Liverpool - a Singaporean with whom I worked with as student ambassadors. My other friend was also a fellow Liverpodlian student, so the three of us got along really well.
- Sep 10 Fri 2010 09:07
I think many Taiwanese will be familiar with this restaurant. Some of you are probably even frequent patrons. I, however, don't come here often. The reason is because I'm not quite sure how to categorize this type of cuisine.
- Sep 08 Wed 2010 09:36
- Sep 06 Mon 2010 22:36
At a walking distance from the medieval style architecture Bristol Cathedral, the Gothic style St. Mary Redcliffe serves as a striking contrast.
自Bristol Cathedral步行即可抵達的哥德式St. Mary Redcliffe成了前者中古設計教堂的明顯對比。
- Sep 01 Wed 2010 21:26
Located not too far from the City Museum, the cathedral impressively stands, seemingly undisturbed by modern civilization. Founded in 1140, it was first known as St. Augustine's Abbey. It has now the status of a grade 1 of listed buildings, and is a must-visit site for all tourists in Bristol.
離博物館不遠處，座立著這間大教堂。看似獨立，絲毫不受現代文明影響。成立於1140年，原本命名為St. Augustine's Abbey。現在是英國grade 1等級的古蹟。來到布里斯托的遊客，一定要來見識一下這間壯觀的大教堂。