Azure Hotel Hualien

No.590 Chung Cheng Road , Hualien, 970 , Taiwan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on No.590 Chung Cheng Road , Hualien, is near Shihtiping.
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    Travel Blogs from Hualien

    Hualien

    A travel blog entry by roamas on May 18, 2014

    13 photos

    ... mint sprigs and other garden type edible ornaments) and french toast bread pockets (thick slices of french toast that has a pocket cut out of it, then filled with meat, vegetables etc).


    Just reflecting ..
    * Food, we have found that the food in Taiwan is very westernised (ie: it has not been as appealing as China). They serve gluggy soups, meals with pasta and lots of bread based meals. ...

    A lovely national park but we needed more time.

    A travel blog entry by adamwilson4 on Mar 20, 2014

    5 photos

    ... the wrong way. When she realised that she was going the wrong she pulled over and used her phone to translate where we wanted to go. She passed me the phone and a lady spoke to me in English and ask me where I wanted to go. After telling her she told me to pass the phone back to the driver. She then knew where we wanted to go. She still went the wrong way, but was nice enough to turn off the metre until she found the correct route. At the last minute she turned on her sat ...

    Regional Reverie Rides A Bike

    A travel blog entry by regionalreverie on Mar 15, 2014

    ... Kuang Express (the third fastest class of trains on Taiwan's network), arrived on time, as all trains did. (Why, Australia, why!) It was cheap too - NT$311 one way. It was a charming old train, about 14 bright orange cars hauled by a bright orange electric locomotive. I nicknamed it the Fanta Express.
    The train dated to the early 1970s by my estimation - fake timber Formica panelling, peppermint cloth seats. It wasn't fast (by Taiwan standards, I mean; it would be considered high ...

    Motorbiking around Hualien

    A travel blog entry by devcgw1 on Feb 18, 2014

    7 comments, 42 photos

    ... for the light to turn green to proceed straight through the intersection, thus accomplishing a left turn in a roundabout way. It was a perfect day for a motorbike ride, at least until it got dark. It was sunny and warm enough that you could ride with or without a jacket. From Hualien we traveled south on Highway 9. We then went east on a road that cut through a mountain range to get to the coast. From there we traveled north ...

    Hiking Zhuilu Trail

    A travel blog entry by devcgw1 on Feb 17, 2014

    5 comments, 46 photos

    ... s a rather long intro for today's blog entry, but, I felt it necessary to tell you what all happened that led to the permit approvals.

    I'm grateful for the ranger's help because the Zhuilu Trail turned out to be a spectacular hike. It was not a difficult hike, but the vistas were indeed spectacular.

    It's also a good thing that Eve was there to speak Mandarin to the locals. I don't think I could have gotten the permits on my own, and I would have missed out on a great ...