Lucky Apartment lucky for foreign visitors?

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Lucky Apartment lucky for foreign visitors?

Postby rowland » 25 Mar 2012, 01:00

So... I'm on Expedia, looking to plan my first visit to Taipei. Sort by price, and the cheapest all say Lucky Apartment this or that. I've still got a long way to go learning Mandarin. Will they speak English in a place like this? If not, where should I stay? Thanks.
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