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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, April 2003. VOL.3 ISSUE 4

Lucky House

219-4, Chi-Shan Street, Rei-Fung
(02) 2496-6733

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      The busiest commercial area in Gio-Fen is around Chi-Shan Street. It is always packed of tourists on the weekends and holidays. Among all the traditional buildings and retro style stores, Lucky house is always the eye catcher. The hostess of this building explained carefully to us that Lucky House is not open for public. It only opens to the guests or customers who stay over night there. The first floor is a coffee shop decorated with European style. The second floor is comfortable for some karaoke singing. These amenities are only for the patrons who stay over night. Because Gio-Fen is a mountain city, all the buildings here were constructed along by the slope. The back door from the third floor of Lucky house can lead you to the fourth floor where the rooms are for the patrons. The rooms are simple bunk rooms design. The main customers are students. It is NT$500 per person and with NT$100 more, you can enjoy a continental breakfast. With another NT$100 , you can karaoke (sing) all you want at second floor. Meanwhile, the home-made dinner buffet can be available with NT$300 more. -- by Selena Huang
Translated by Kate Kuo(³¢®ü«Â)

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