Lees Boutique Hotel
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... picked up a spring roll filled with tofu, pork, sweet peanut and pickled vegetables. I also found a movie theater that had painted movie posters. I have read previously at the National Museum of Taiwan History that some movie theaters used to commission artists to paint movie posters and they would use the paintings instead of the actual poster. It was also mentioned that not a lot of theatres were still doing it but I have found one that did.
... s place, you have to send a formal request (e.g., Click on the "STAY WITH ME" button). I have only messaged her so it was not a formal request. I did not do that with Che in Kaohsiung. He was more lax with the rules. I think to many Asta would not be described as the most pleasant person in the world. I knew that before even meeting her but I wanted to keep and open mind. Do not get me wrong I had a great time with her and would probably hang out ...
... Trees and a wide variety of flowers were planted at the entrance and on one side of the library building. The interior was as beautiful as the exterior, however, I was surprised to see that it was not as accessible as I thought it would be. It was a really new building and it seemed to have very limited washrooms based on the potential occupancy of the space. It was a huge building and there was only one washroom with stalls each ...
... she spoke little to no English.
The Fo Guang Shan Buddha Memorial Centre is a museum complex with 8 symmetrically arranged pagodas. It also consists of a giant Buddha atop of the main hall and 4 stupas with each symbolizing one of the Four Noble Truths. The centre just opened when I got there. There was a Starbucks at the entrance, where two monks were sipping on frappucinos and few other shops selling cakes, jewelry and other Buddhist ...
... ones using Xbox Kinect. I thought it was pretty neat. The game in the AIDS section was kind of ridiculous. Here's what the instruction says:
"Eddie, now in the age of adolescence, is always fantasizing about romantic love with his goddess, or dates with other girls. One day the love god Cubid decides to enter his dreams and give him a test of love. Warriors, help Eddie find romantic love!"
The kids used the Xbox Kinect and the kids had to ...