Landis Taipei Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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 ...
... pleasantly surprised because I didn´t expect to bump into someone like Kai during my 10-hour layover in Taipei. Most things happen when you least expect them.
During the afternoon tour we managed to visit two places: Songshan Cultural & Creative Park and Taipei 101.
- Songshan Cultural & Creative Park was once the Songshan Tobacco Factory in 1937. The building was rated as one of the historical monuments in Taiwan by the government in ...
... souvenirs but none of them were very cheap like you expect in Asia. It was then a quick drive by Taipei 101 the second tallest skyscraper in the world. Built to withstand earthquakes as it is built on the earthquake belt, it looks amazing with its bamboo like exterior. Then after another full day it was time to head back to the ship. Luckily as easy 40 minute drive. As the freeway was quiet due to the ...
... which are normal subways. This one is elevated above the roads, the trains have rubber tyres running on concrete rails and each train consists of four tiny carriages. I thought to myself, "Awwwwwww, look at this cutesy-wutesy little trainy-wainy, pwaying with the big boys!"
I took the Wenhu Line all the way to its conclusion at Taipei Zoo then changed to the Maokong Gondola, an aerial cable car which travels for four kilometres up into the hills to the village ...