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[遊記][新竹]湖口老街漫遊
戲語 - 湖口老街




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位於台一線57.5km處,大大的路標,湖口老街。



由中山高,湖口交流道與楊梅交流道之間,中間有個收費站,
可以選擇避開收費站,而湖口老街在湖口交流道7km處,
楊梅交流道10km處,自行選擇囉



一大早八點整,我就已經站在這裡。




[遊記][新竹]湖口老街漫遊
民國十八年十月一號,湖口老街上演著「再見了,湖口車站」,
而車站搬移到現今的新湖口,離湖口老街(舊湖口)3km處,
從此湖口老街地位與生意就一落千丈了。




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在這段火車站離去的時間,老湖口面臨了前所未有的變局,一切從有歸零,
許多原先既存的人、事、物,也毫不戀惜地揮揮衣袖,離開這個「可能之地」。



在短期內成為新興的城鎮中心,隨之被冠上「新湖口」的新名字,
和沒落下來的「老湖口」,成為強烈對比。




[遊記][新竹]湖口老街漫遊
湖口老街擁有客家文化,特產:茶葉、柑橘。
小吃:竹塹餅、柿餅、米粉、貢丸。還有野薑花肉粽呢。




[遊記][新竹]湖口老街漫遊
看看照片,這一家姓「陳」唷。




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湖口老街尾巴一景。




[遊記][新竹]湖口老街漫遊
老街的盡頭,三元宮。





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湖口老街漫遊2/2

觀光發展 - 湖口老街



大湖口車站公園、天主堂、仁和步道、金獅寺步道、金獅寺眺望台、
湖口珍貴老榕樹、采香步道、箕山露營區、百年大樟樹、漢卿步道、驛站、
祥湖步道、湖口柑桔觀光果園、湖口觀光茶園。





來到湖口老街第一站,就是老湖口天主堂,於西元一九六五年開始建築。



在物資缺乏的四、五○年代,傳教士會帶來很多東西,
像麵粉、衣服、奶粉、鉛筆文具啊,大家都排隊去領。




民國八十二年,老湖口天主堂關閉。天主堂的外表,
其抬高地基的設計、紅色的莊嚴大門、兩排昇高的樓梯、
拔尖十字架的宗教特徵,
比起老街屋舍的和洋混合風格,有著全然不同的趣味。






由天主堂樓梯上去,可以看到一堆商家,
而右邊是軍方報廢的戰車,提供觀光用途,而後面養著四隻小馬。



老街、教堂、坦克、馬兒,全收在眼前,還滿奇特的搭配呢。





穿越過湖口老街,尋找自然步道蹤跡,瞧見了湖口國小。






一路上可以看到超級多的牽牛花。
牽牛花花語:短暫的戀情,稍縱即逝。愛情、冷靜、虛幻。



而紅色不知名的植物,知道的人請告知,謝謝。





見光死的我,天啊~居然入鏡了!看看右上角的鏡子。





火車快飛,遇見高鐵。





漫遊於湖口小路,真的很熱耶,颱風過後,晴空萬里,全身都溼了啦。






瞧見幸福信箱,這是怎麼回事?
遠離老街與步道的小路上,居然有兩個幸福信箱,說不出來的感覺,
放在鮮少人會經過的地方,碰到的人,
我想應該會得到幸運的幸福吧,自我催眠中。




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似乎是雞冠花
湊十個字

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漫遊湖口 - 初遇雞冠花

雞冠花花語:不褪色的愛。愛美、矯情。



雞冠花,又名雞公花、雞髻花、雞角根,屬莧科一年生草本植物。
雞冠花既是觀賞花卉,又是良藥,中醫學上以花和種子入藥。



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本來看起來不錯想去的 不過熱也是我的罩門 還是等秋冬再去好了
匿名  發表於 2011-10-10 11:41:06 | 字體大小

MyReviewsNow Discusses Which Watches to Go for

Luxury watches are more than just timepieces: They're status on your wrist, testimonials to the fact that you've positioned yourself to enjoy the finer things in life, and not to mention a very important resource. Thus, there's a lot to consider when it comes to which watches to buy.Time is money, so watches are the ultimate American status symbol. A watch tells the world you have integrated affluence so completely into your life, you can afford to be casual about wearing it on your wrist. Whether strictly speaking this is true or not, it's a signal to the people around you that you are a person of distinction, to be reckoned with accordingly.Forget the bling. An expensive timepiece is really the only jewelry a businessperson of consequence should sport. Look for models that blend elegance with utility. Although Rolux is the best known luxury watch brand, it's not necessarily the name true connoisseurs associate with the finest luxury watches. In fact, Ro lex's dominance has been undercut in recent years by fellow Swiss watch brand Omega's aggressive marketing campaigns.How much will you pay?   Luxury watches start around $1,000 but can easily go up to hundreds of times that amount: the Jean Dunand Palace, possibly the world's most luxurious timepiece, retails for $410,000.If you're looking for Rolex watches to buy, you can save a lot of money by buying them over the Internet. Ecommerce sales are not subject to state sales taxes, and most savvy Internet marketers pass those savings along to their customers. Additionally, the right website will have the biggest repertoire of watches to buy, a liberal 30-day return policy, daily deals on men's and ladies' watches both, and will not charge you shipping fees. What criteria are you looking for in luxury watches to buy?Manufacturer and Brand: The two most famous name in the world of luxury watches is the Swiss brand, Rolux. Indeed, Swiss manufacturers have a lock on the watch market for decades, although Italy's Bulgari brand and the Cheap Cartier watches give Rolux a run for its money, according to a report from the Luxury Institute LLC which measures the status of luxury brands. Other coveted Swiss watches are manufactured by Patek Philippe and Piaget.Just Say No To Quartz Watch BatteriesWatches do not use quartz watch batteries to keep ticking. Almost entirely, watches are timepieces that either rely upon their owners to wind them or upon the movement of their owners' wrists to keep them telling accurate time.Skilled Design and CraftsmanshipAlthough certain parts of watch making are routinely automated, in the manufacture of luxury watches the key parts of the process are still done by hand. This is one of the price drivers. Many luxury watches in fact, like the $10,000 Soho Deluxe Automatic Calendar from Gevril have backs which allow you to admire the watch's handcrafted parts in action.Additional Functions High end  watches to buy do more than merely tell time. They have calendars that will instantly tell you exact dates and times for every moment in the next 100 years. They have precise stop watches, they monitor multiple time zones, they even have alarm functions that allow you to select the sound effect you wish to be awakened by. In watch lingo, these additional functions are called ""complications,"" and the more complications a watch has, the higher its cost.MetalsThe most popular metal used in the manufacture of luxury watches to buy is stainless steel. But it's not infrequent for the more expensive luxury watch manufacturer to craft timepieces from more costly metals like 18-karat yellow, white or rose gold, platinum or titanium.DetailingIn luxury  watches to buy as in other things, it's the details that count. Those diamonds on the face? That perfect, circular mother-of-pearl edging? Both the materials themselves and the craftsmanship involved in applying them so expertly make luxury watches more expensive.        Check this out: http://www.boatport.com/boatforu ... hp?f=2&t=154058

匿名  發表於 2011-10-10 11:44:31 | 字體大小

MyReviewsNow Discusses Which Watches to Acquisition bargain

Luxury watches are more than just timepieces: They're status on your wrist, testimonials to the fact that you've positioned yourself to enjoy the finer things in life, and not to mention a very important resource. Thus, there's a lot to consider when it comes to which watches to buy.Time is money, so watches are the ultimate American status symbol. A watch tells the world you have integrated affluence so completely into your life, you can afford to be casual about wearing it on your wrist. Whether strictly speaking this is true or not, it's a signal to the people around you that you are a person of distinction, to be reckoned with accordingly.Forget the bling. An expensive timepiece is really the only jewelry a businessperson of consequence should sport. Look for models that blend elegance with utility. Although Rolux is the best known luxury watch brand, it's not necessarily the name true connoisseurs associate with the finest luxury watches. In fact, Ro lex's dominance has been undercut in recent years by fellow Swiss watch brand Omega's aggressive marketing campaigns.How much will you pay?   Luxury watches start around $1,000 but can easily go up to hundreds of times that amount: the Jean Dunand Palace, possibly the world's most luxurious timepiece, retails for $410,000.If you're looking for Rolex watches to buy, you can save a lot of money by buying them over the Internet. Ecommerce sales are not subject to state sales taxes, and most savvy Internet marketers pass those savings along to their customers. Additionally, the right website will have the biggest repertoire of watches to buy, a liberal 30-day return policy, daily deals on men's and ladies' watches both, and will not charge you shipping fees. What criteria are you looking for in luxury watches to buy?Manufacturer and Brand: The two most famous name in the world of luxury watches is the Swiss brand, Rolux. Indeed, Swiss manufacturers have a lock on the watch market for decades, although Italy's Bulgari brand and the Cheap Cartier watches give Rolux a run for its money, according to a report from the Luxury Institute LLC which measures the status of luxury brands. Other coveted Swiss watches are manufactured by Patek Philippe and Piaget.Just Say No To Quartz Watch BatteriesWatches do not use quartz watch batteries to keep ticking. Almost entirely, watches are timepieces that either rely upon their owners to wind them or upon the movement of their owners' wrists to keep them telling accurate time.Skilled Design and CraftsmanshipAlthough certain parts of watch making are routinely automated, in the manufacture of luxury watches the key parts of the process are still done by hand. This is one of the price drivers. Many luxury watches in fact, like the $10,000 Soho Deluxe Automatic Calendar from Gevril have backs which allow you to admire the watch's handcrafted parts in action.Additional Functions High end  watches to buy do more than merely tell time. They have calendars that will instantly tell you exact dates and times for every moment in the next 100 years. They have precise stop watches, they monitor multiple time zones, they even have alarm functions that allow you to select the sound effect you wish to be awakened by. In watch lingo, these additional functions are called ""complications,"" and the more complications a watch has, the higher its cost.MetalsThe most popular metal used in the manufacture of luxury watches to buy is stainless steel. But it's not infrequent for the more expensive luxury watch manufacturer to craft timepieces from more costly metals like 18-karat yellow, white or rose gold, platinum or titanium.DetailingIn luxury  watches to buy as in other things, it's the details that count. Those diamonds on the face? That perfect, circular mother-of-pearl edging? Both the materials themselves and the craftsmanship involved in applying them so expertly make luxury watches more expensive.        Check this out: http://forum.inabitive.com/viewt ... php?f=2&t=55816

匿名  發表於 2011-10-10 15:02:35 | 字體大小

Christy Chung of Christian Louboutin Shoes

Christy Chung, the charming and savvy founder and chief creative officer of Christian Louboutin, made apersonal appearance in a few of our stores last week. Marking the launch of her spring 2011 collection aswell as the 15th anniversary of her brand, Mellon dined with a few lucky guests during a private luncheon  before heading to Salon Shoes to shop with Louboutin lovers, sign autographs and field customers' questions. We had a few of our own for Ms. Mellon about her new collection--not to mention hercloset.You've spoken before about the DNA of Christian Louboutin. What makes up that DNA, and what kind ofwoman is Christian Louboutin Bootsdesigned for?It's every woman. People always ask, "What's the demographic?" It's so impossible to explain, because whether you're 18 or you're 75, you're a woman-and it's got nothing to do with income or how much money you have. [Women] all want to wear louboutins because it's an attitude, and it's about being passionate about luxury products and about fashion. I think the Christian Louboutin identity is elegant. It's fashion forward, and it's sexy, but there's a fine line--it sits on the ""right side"" of sexy. I think people sometimes don't know where that line is out we always make a woman look elegant as well.Can you talk a bit about your spring 2011 collection?It's very '70s, and we were in love with the Gaucho Girl. It's all about being a South American Gaucho girl. You can see it coming through in that product there [pointing to shoe pictured in ad], the mix of colors, the weaving. So we take that and we just put our own interpretation on it.In our ads, you can see here, it was sort of Gaucho-inspired with the hat and the jewelry.How did the idea of the Gaucho Girl come about?It was just doing research. When we start a collection, we just pull loads of pictures, and research old vintage pieces that we have--like little Gaucho bags that we had in South America. So we put it all together in a big sort of melting pot and come out with our own designs.What type of shoe dominates your closet?Sandals.  I would say I'm a big sandal wearer. I love them. I love the whole look it creates (even though I'm wearing closed-toe today). Though, I think a plain pump--just a very well-cut pump--is looking really fresh to me right now. A little retro '60s.What is your go-to shoe while traveling?I would say my go-to shoe is my ankle boots from the 24:7 collection, because they go with anything. They go with jeans; they go with dresses. They're so versatile. They're easy to pack, and I can wear them with everything.      Check this out: http://www.rawrtechblog.com/foru ... hp?showtopic=109867

匿名  發表於 2011-10-10 15:03:40 | 字體大小

Christy Chung of Christian Louboutin Shoes

Christy Chung, the charming and savvy founder and chief creative officer of Christian Louboutin, made apersonal appearance in a few of our stores last week. Marking the launch of her spring 2011 collection aswell as the 15th anniversary of her brand, Mellon dined with a few lucky guests during a private luncheon  before heading to Salon Shoes to shop with Louboutin lovers, sign autographs and field customers' questions. We had a few of our own for Ms. Mellon about her new collection--not to mention hercloset.You've spoken before about the DNA of Christian Louboutin. What makes up that DNA, and what kind ofwoman is Christian Louboutin Bootsdesigned for?It's every woman. People always ask, "What's the demographic?" It's so impossible to explain, because whether you're 18 or you're 75, you're a woman-and it's got nothing to do with income or how much money you have. [Women] all want to wear louboutins because it's an attitude, and it's about being passionate about luxury products and about fashion. I think the Christian Louboutin identity is elegant. It's fashion forward, and it's sexy, but there's a fine line--it sits on the ""right side"" of sexy. I think people sometimes don't know where that line is out we always make a woman look elegant as well.Can you talk a bit about your spring 2011 collection?It's very '70s, and we were in love with the Gaucho Girl. It's all about being a South American Gaucho girl. You can see it coming through in that product there [pointing to shoe pictured in ad], the mix of colors, the weaving. So we take that and we just put our own interpretation on it.In our ads, you can see here, it was sort of Gaucho-inspired with the hat and the jewelry.How did the idea of the Gaucho Girl come about?It was just doing research. When we start a collection, we just pull loads of pictures, and research old vintage pieces that we have--like little Gaucho bags that we had in South America. So we put it all together in a big sort of melting pot and come out with our own designs.What type of shoe dominates your closet?Sandals.  I would say I'm a big sandal wearer. I love them. I love the whole look it creates (even though I'm wearing closed-toe today). Though, I think a plain pump--just a very well-cut pump--is looking really fresh to me right now. A little retro '60s.What is your go-to shoe while traveling?I would say my go-to shoe is my ankle boots from the 24:7 collection, because they go with anything. They go with jeans; they go with dresses. They're so versatile. They're easy to pack, and I can wear them with everything.      Check this out: http://reefsimple.com/forums/vie ... hp?f=2&t=426822

匿名  發表於 2011-10-10 15:05:06 | 字體大小

Christy Chung of Christian Louboutin Shoes

Christy Chung, the charming and savvy founder and chief creative officer of Christian Louboutin, made apersonal appearance in a few of our stores last week. Marking the launch of her spring 2011 collection aswell as the 15th anniversary of her brand, Mellon dined with a few lucky guests during a private luncheon  before heading to Salon Shoes to shop with Louboutin lovers, sign autographs and field customers' questions. We had a few of our own for Ms. Mellon about her new collection--not to mention hercloset.You've spoken before about the DNA of Christian Louboutin. What makes up that DNA, and what kind ofwoman is Christian Louboutin Bootsdesigned for?It's every woman. People always ask, "What's the demographic?" It's so impossible to explain, because whether you're 18 or you're 75, you're a woman-and it's got nothing to do with income or how much money you have. [Women] all want to wear louboutins because it's an attitude, and it's about being passionate about luxury products and about fashion. I think the Christian Louboutin identity is elegant. It's fashion forward, and it's sexy, but there's a fine line--it sits on the ""right side"" of sexy. I think people sometimes don't know where that line is out we always make a woman look elegant as well.Can you talk a bit about your spring 2011 collection?It's very '70s, and we were in love with the Gaucho Girl. It's all about being a South American Gaucho girl. You can see it coming through in that product there [pointing to shoe pictured in ad], the mix of colors, the weaving. So we take that and we just put our own interpretation on it.In our ads, you can see here, it was sort of Gaucho-inspired with the hat and the jewelry.How did the idea of the Gaucho Girl come about?It was just doing research. When we start a collection, we just pull loads of pictures, and research old vintage pieces that we have--like little Gaucho bags that we had in South America. So we put it all together in a big sort of melting pot and come out with our own designs.What type of shoe dominates your closet?Sandals.  I would say I'm a big sandal wearer. I love them. I love the whole look it creates (even though I'm wearing closed-toe today). Though, I think a plain pump--just a very well-cut pump--is looking really fresh to me right now. A little retro '60s.What is your go-to shoe while traveling?I would say my go-to shoe is my ankle boots from the 24:7 collection, because they go with anything. They go with jeans; they go with dresses. They're so versatile. They're easy to pack, and I can wear them with everything.      Check this out: http://www.forum.victoriaandking ... p;p=96715#post96715

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