Hotel Royal Hsinchu
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Hsinchu
... chicken legs. One can always cook at one's own kitchen. We saw people bringing in their own lunch box to eat in the cafeteria. Free soup and I believe free rice (maybe).
Today is Chinese style Farmer's Market day in the facility. Every Thursday the facility will bring in vendors to showcase some food so seniors can sample and purchase at the facility. We sampled quite a bit.... :-)
A 7-11 on site, the boys found ...
... but honestly it is just normal life to me. (I would just enjoy and ponder the photos if I were you, my English is awfully poor anyway.)
Another huge event that has occured is that I have moved into my second host family. It was a bitter sweet moment. I had lived in my last house for five months and grew to become part of there family and had become use to that life. It was hard to say good bye. However after many hugs and packing many bags, I made my way to ...
If you are traveling with two ppl or less, I would always take the city bus. There are direction sign of where's the station in the airport. It is easily located n the tickets counters are just right beside the station. There are many different company but you need to check where you are heading to. Normally I will take to Taipei Main Train station and it will cost around NT90 but this time round I ...
... off at the bathroom, I arrive at Gate C-7 and this one is different since you must go downstairs thru a long corridor to a 2nd counter. 'Where is everyone?', it is totally empty except for one person I do recognize... the 'Are you Ed?' guy and two women behind the counter.
"Stop the plane..... pleeease!" I begged. Even threw out the Hail Mary that I can barely hear. "Sorry, take bags already off plane, next flight to Phnom ...
... listen to the basic Mandarin audio lessons I downloaded. I in no way expect them to make me capable of holding even basic conversations while here, but it would be good to know the appropriate polite noise words to make. Perhaps it's just me, but I'm a firm believer in at least knowing how to say "hello," "yes," "no," "please," "thank you," and "excuse me" in the language of the place where you're visiting. It's simple common courtesy.