Capital Hotel Nanjing

Address: No.156 Section 4, Nanjing East Road, Songshan District, Taipei, Taiwan | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located in the Songshan District area of Taipei, is near Chiufen, White Sand Bay, Lin An Tai Historical Home, and Sand Island (Sa-Dau).
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      Settling into everyday life

      A travel blog entry by alan.cooper on Jan 29, 2015

      5 photos

      ... classrooms, so much to learn all at once. Day two and three were slightly better and I was desperately trying to stay afloat. Heading into Monday this week I has severe Mondayitis and was still feeling quite uneasy about things. However, and luckily- each day this week has been better, I feel like I have things under control now in regards to work. I think it won't be a walk in the park, but I am a fast learner, I ...

      Day 23

      A travel blog entry by alan.cooper on Jan 15, 2015

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      ... could want available at the street corner or from a convenience store. I have found a nice gym and am actually enjoying going. Big news is that I found a studio apartment to rent. It is small, but big enough. In a good location, clean and modern, and in budget. I will move there properly over this weekend. Starting to find my way around more and more, where before I knew the subway map and how to get around, now I ...

      Your Daily Dose of East Asian Politics

      A travel blog entry by elisehuerta on Jul 26, 2014

      ... are rooted in ignorance. As a China Studies scholar, it's easy to feel frustrated when you can't even hear Chinese people's voices over all the anti-socialist noise. Hate the CCP all you want, but at the very least you should draw a line between criticizing government policy and discriminating against average people.

      I'm starting to feel better about my decision to work in China next year. I mean--the Mainland. I mean--Shanghai. Better stay neutral on this for now...

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      Regional Reverie Gets Wet

      A travel blog entry by regionalreverie on Mar 14, 2014

      ... The 849 bus arrived promptly and I soon found myself on a twisting mountain highway, Highway 9, following a gushing river and getting higher in altitude with every bend, letting out a squeal of delight with every new impossibly beautiful mountain vista. Many of the other passengers were Taiwanese Aborigines - darker skinned, curlier haired, weather-beaten faces, plumper, looking more Filipino and less Chinese. They seemed to be poorer too - women in polar fleeces and beanies, men ...

      Food glorious food

      A travel blog entry by andyeaton on Nov 20, 2013

      4 photos

      ... was flowing and the rest of the crab entered, this had been steamed and for me it was far superior, the meat peeled from the shell easily and was moist on the tongue……I am just going to leave that one out there.

      At this point the staff brought in fruit sushi rolls which was a bit weird but tasted ok, and also the soup terrine was drafted. As far as I could tell all the shell and bits that could be eaten were thrown in with some veg ...