Antique Hotel

Address: No.358 Section 1 Yising Road, Yilan City, Llan, 260, Taiwan | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on No.358 Section 1 Yising Road, Yilan City, Llan, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Llan

Riding into the mountains

A travel blog entry by sting on Sep 29, 2014

rented a scooter for the 100km trip into the mountains to climb taiwan's highest peak, Yushan.

stopped for a 5km sidetrip to Fenihu...walk around, eat railway lunch box.
move on to Yushan, get my police permit organized, eat and get to sleep.
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Roaming

A travel blog entry by sting on Sep 28, 2014

got up early, had a bite to eat and was over to my other hostel early. arrived and they invited me for a huge breakfast that they cooked for the wedding goers. after eating, visited the railway garage, prison tour, ate slushie, fish soup and turkey rice.
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Day in Lukang and then moving on

A travel blog entry by sting on Sep 27, 2014

spent saturday wandering Lukang. It was a crazy day of parades with all of the temples organizing groups dressed in various themes... tons of firecrackers. accomodation is super booked up, so have to move on to Chiayi in the evening as my hostel is booked out for a birthday. The hostel I want in Chiayi is also booked for a wedding so have to stay at another place and switch tomorrow.
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High-speed trains, Forest trains, Sacred trains

A travel blog entry by ccmurray on Jun 04, 2014

1 comment, 31 photos

... we spent all of this time, and money to spend a little over an hour in a little town on the top of the mountain, but really the experience was in getting there and back. The Alishan Forest Railway is one of only 3 active Forest Railways still running in the world. We went up over 2,500 meters, in at least 29 tunnels through the mountain, and it provided wonderful views of waterfalls, bridges and mountains not seen any other way.

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How do you say 'rain' in Chinese?

A travel blog entry by ccmurray on Jun 03, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... hostel room was very spacious, but the bathroom was small (very common in Asia). The only downfall was towels were provided so we rented some for a rather steep price. We had purchased some beers, so after showering we went back downstairs to the living room/kitchen area and talked with the owners for a while. They were really nice and liked to travel also so we spoke about that most of the time. We couldn’t stay up too late since we had to be on the railway train at 9am.


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