Love Home Garden Inn

Address: No.196 Chung-Shan Road, Shueshe Village, Yuchi Town, Nantou, 555, Taiwan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.196 Chung-Shan Road, Shueshe Village, Yuchi Town, Nantou, is near Sun Moon Lake, Cingjing Veterans Farm, and Hehuan Mountain (Hehuanshan).
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        Travel Blogs from Nantou

        Small Town but great base for Sun Moon Lake

        A travel blog entry by adamphillipsuk on Aug 14, 2014

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        ... out in the sticks, all the amenities you need are in the town. Plus the town has a huge temple called Dun Ho, which has an impressive gold statue on top and is well worth checking out.

        The hostel I stayed in was very nice and the owner very helpful with tips about where to visit in the town and how to get to Sun Moon Lake. The hostel had its own pet cats which I thought was awesome because I love cats! However, some people might not ...

        Cool City with lots to do!

        A travel blog entry by adamphillipsuk on Aug 11, 2014

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        ... for Taiwanese artists to enter in nine different categories from oil painting to sculpture. The winning pieces from each category are on show with a small synopsis explaining the artists methods and ideas behind their piece. The other contestants artwork is also on display. I loved the pieces on show especially the winner of the oil painting category! Their painting was so colourful and included many metaphors which made me really enjoy the piece. I wish I could ...

        Taichung-Days 5 &6: Cooking and Acupuncture

        A travel blog entry by morgangoche on May 22, 2014

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        ... the cabinet. The rice cooked for around 13 minutes and then after unwrapping it from the leaves, it is supposed to have a triangle shape from how it is wrapped. C.Y., who learned this probably before he was three was a master! The rice tasted really good and I like Zongzi a lot.
        We all made at least three each, but could barely eat one because we were so full, and tired. That night we went to my favorite restaurant of the trip, Hakka, where I tried shark ...

        Taichung-Days 3 & 4: Ice Cream and Earthquakes

        A travel blog entry by morgangoche on May 21, 2014

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        ... cookies that said I love you on them and this was because in Chinese 5/20 sounds like I love you and the year 2014 sounds like it reminded me of a Valentine's Day bake sale. Dr. Chow, the department head of nutrition, gave us a brief presentation on what we would be doing that afternoon- making ice cream. One of her graduate students researched a functional food and anti-obesity project using a fruit, that is more like a gourd, called bitter-melon ...

        Taichung Adventures- Days 1 and 2

        A travel blog entry by morgangoche on May 21, 2014

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        ... a statue they used to use to teach acupuncture, which had holes at the correct acupuncture locations. It was filled with water and wrapped in bandages and when they would practice, if they did it right water would drip out, if not they "killed" the person. It was an awesome museum and after looking around we went back to the Nutrition Department for lunch and had beef and noodles and some traditional Chinese medicine soup, it didn't taste that ...