Nisus Hotel

Address: No.75 Henggong Road, Sanchung City, Xinbei, Taiwan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.75 Henggong Road, Sanchung City, Xinbei, is near Chishingtan Beach, Hohuan mountain, Ching-Shui Cliff, and Liyu Lake.
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    Une étudiante studieuse!

    A travel blog entry by hsuan on Nov 10, 2015

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    Ni hao tout le monde

    Je prends un petite pause pour vous écrire ce blog durant ma semaine d'examens de mi-session. Mon cerveau ne peut plus rien absorber pour le moment..

    Ces trois dernières semaines depuis le 25 octobre, je suis à peine sortie de ma chambre et j'ai affronté courageusement ma pille de montagne de devoirs et d'études. Vendredi le 23 octobre, j'ai un examen qui couvrait le premier chapitre de mon cours de Chinois ...

    2nd month!!

    A travel blog entry by hsuan on Nov 01, 2015

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    Ni hao from Taipei,

    Sorry for not posting any blog and news those last weeks, I was quite busy. While I'm writing this entry, my 2nd month is already finished. Rest now only 8 months!

    Maokong Gondola
    Two weeks ago, on October 17, one of my friends invited me to go to Muzha, I didn't plan any outdoor activity during that weekend. Then I accepted and we met at the dormitory entrance. She was with two other German girls. We took the subway to Taipei ...


    A travel blog entry by rolandandlizzie on Oct 27, 2015

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    ... soooo beautiful and elegant. It will be on my list for any return trips we might do in the future. The final stop on the walk was Chiang Kai-Shek memorial hall for the changing of the guard. This dude is a pretty big deal in Taiwan. Although when you add it all up it seems like he may have been a bit of an evil dictator so it's strange to see a massive memorial to him. He was leader of the KMT (ruling party of Taiwan/ROC) and basically ruled by marshal law. A particularly bad period of ...

    Chopstick champs

    A travel blog entry by annavan on May 09, 2014

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    ... Having said that, sometimes I do just think I a trusty fork, knife and spoon would be a much easier option but I'm not going to point that out when Niomi is probably the only other person who shares my view. After the meal we just had a cheeky browse around a few shops and then decided to take what turned out to be a really long walk to Taipei 101 just to see different parts of the city. It was lovely to just walk and have nowhere specific to ...

    The Second China

    A travel blog entry by tdv95 on Oct 02, 2012

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    ... and Taipei in particular, to be well worth a few days of exploration. The island has an indigenous population that goes back hundreds of years but it's the more recent history that makes for a fascinating story. Decades of Japanese occupation ended after WWII, only to see the losing guy in the Chinese civil war that followed WWII, Chiang Kai-shek (commonly referred to in the West as General "Cash-My-Cheque" given the corruption and incompetence of his regime) and ...