Fortune Hiya Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... j'ai obtenu 63%. Lundi le 2 novembre, j'ai passé un petit test de la première section du second chapitre de mon cours de Chinois intégré. La première partie du test tait de choisir le bon mot de vocabulaire chinois et le placer dans la bonne phrase et la seconde partie était d'écrire quatre phrases en dictée. J'ai passé tellement d'heures à étudier et bien me préparer pour ce petit test (le premier je n'avais pas obtenu un bon résultat). Je suis ...
... then I remembered this subway have outside railway. A Korean student joined us there and we decided to take Maokong Gondola. Maokong can be describe as the place to drink tea and cats.
I used my EasyCard to pay for the tour on gondola. Inside our gondola, we were six people. The gondola stopped at each station (Taipei Zoo South Station => Zhinan Temple => Maokong Station). We got off at Maokong Station where there were food stands. Some of us were ...
... me a few pictures he had also that I added in!! After, I went for a walk with his wife and him and got a few more good pictures! They brought me to a popular park that has a large Library in the middle of it! Tomorrow I am going to check out the Taiwanese IKEA, very excited! I wanted to go today but it was closed due to the storm... I hope it doesn't disappoint.. Pictures of my trip to ...
... 10 mins! Update later!
Well we got a little lost but sorted. Day exploring Taipei today got back to Paula's exhausted but now going out to dinner.
We all went out to dinner to a place called hot pot. You get a big bowl of watery soup on a gas ring and put food into it to cook it. Was great fun.
Zoo tomorrow to see the pandas!
... to bash China with these kinds of comments despite the fact that he is unable to communicate with Chinese people or even read what's on the Chinese internet. One search on Weibo would prove that there are thousands and thousands of Chinese criticizing their government on public forums. Internet censorship cannot possibly keep up with the tech-savvy young generation. If people want to use Facebook or other blocked websites, they simply download a VPN (I know I'll still be on FB ...