Hotel Riverview Taipei

Address: No.77 Section 1, HuenHo South Road, Taipei, Taiwan | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Wanhua District area of Taipei, is near Chishingtan Beach, Ching-Shui Cliff, Hohuan mountain, and Liyu Lake.
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        Travel Blogs from Taipei

        Une étudiante studieuse!

        A travel blog entry by hsuan on Nov 10, 2015

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        ... ces dernières nuits. Ce n'est pas que je suis trop lâche pour écrire en chinois, mais j'écris les traits des caractères chinois trop lentement et je suis incapable de me rappeler comment écrire chaque mot sans utiliser Pleco sur mon cellulaire. Pleco, application pour appareils mobiles, est un dictionnaire chinois-anglais avec un système de carte et d'une reconnaissance manuscrite des caractères. De plus, le sujet du cours n'est pas du tout ...

        2nd month!!

        A travel blog entry by hsuan on Nov 01, 2015

        17 photos

        ... from Guting. Guang Hua is the market for geeks. You can find any electronic components (CPU, motherboard, hard drive, modem, etc.) and geeks can build their own computer. I bought a new wireless mouse and a keyboard protection skin for my laptop. Then I walked around and found HTC Coffee. I drank something but taste not so good and ate at Burger King.

        Sorry in two weeks it's midterm exams period, so I won't have time to post a new blog. See you in two weeks!

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        Typhoon Dujuan

        A travel blog entry by caroline63 on Sep 28, 2015

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        ... boarding gate number had changed and we were then directed across to the other side of the airport, only to get there and find that it had changed again.  We then watched in complete amazement as the staff proceeded to hand out new boarding cards (as we had already handed them in to sit on the first plane).  We just get used to having either an alphabetical or numerical filing system in the West - they don't use any systems like this in China ...

        Catching up!

        A travel blog entry by lairdarmstrong on Apr 09, 2015

        5 comments

        ... on our own to jump into the bizarre world of Chinese food. 80% of the food is entirely alien to me; no english here and very few hints as to what, where and how to eat it. On first glance, most of it seems very similar to what I would recognise as savoury Chinese cuisine, lots of noodles, stir-fry and curry, but most is served cold or as an addition to soup. There is a stretch of western breakfast, but none is as you would expect. There is a ...

        Taipei time

        A travel blog entry by daisy_and_alex on Sep 10, 2014

        3 comments, 94 photos

        ... what the ones meant for tourists might have been like, but the public springs were full of happy old Taiwanese people. The area was very small, with five or so different little pools; two cold, and three ranking from 35-45 degrees. Seeing as the outside temperate was already about 34, with a cloudless blue sky, I managed about 4 minutes in the 35 degree pool before my vision started swimming. The place was pretty nice, everyone was having their own little peaceful moments ...