Fullon Hotel Fulong

Address: No.40 Singlong Street, Fulong Village, Gongliao Town, Xinbei, 228, Taiwan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.40 Singlong Street, Fulong Village, Gongliao Town, Xinbei.
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    Shaking things up

    A travel blog entry by alan.cooper on Jun 02, 2015

    9 photos

    ... I was quite looking forward to, and while it wasn't huge, it was still a nice way to spend an evening and some good memories. There are still a lot of activities and events that I want to do. It is just a matter of slotting them all in around working hours and which weekends suit best with the weather and other friends' plans. Work has gotten better in the past month or so, thankfully, and touch wood, it will stay fairly pleasant for the rest of ...

    Back to the beginning

    A travel blog entry by tanglt on May 13, 2015

    18 photos

    ... National Chinese Historical Museum. There was not too much history, but some exquisite Chinese paintings and calligraphy from 2 contemporary artists and a collection of amazing gold decorations.
    We then decided to go to the local clothing sales center. On the way there, we chanced upon a local market. So, we explored that before we came to the clothing district which is a warren of ...

    An interesting day, and another very nice B&B

    A travel blog entry by rulian.fiske on Apr 18, 2015

    55 photos

    ... shoots, and braised pork, etc. I was happy with the homy lunch. Poor Bob had some rice with home made soy sauce. But he kept both lunch and breakfast down!

    The last thing of the event was to make a local food, sticky rice ball stuffed with either sweet bean paste or stir fried pork and shredded turnip. That was a big production. First the sticky rice flour had to be kneaded a certain way. Then they needed to be made into donut shape and steamed. ...

    National tresures

    A travel blog entry by elisa_david on Oct 12, 2012

    2 comments, 28 photos

    ... for its market (we were once again amazed by the variety of food), beautiful sunsets, riverside, and jumbo icecreams! There is also the "Fort San Domingo", founded by the Spanish at the beginning of 1600, but conquered by the Dutch soon afterwards, and then used by the British consules until recently.
    Finally, we went to have a look at what the guidebook calls "Snake Alley"...we were not allowed to take pictures, but we definitely saw some very big ...

    Danshui Old Town, Temples, Street Market

    A travel blog entry by londone7 on Feb 29, 2012

    28 photos

    ... I hadnt seen before. To my delight they had what looked like mooncake which I hadnt seen since mongolia province in china. The guy spoke english and they had english labels. They had pineapple, bean paste, and other flavours. I chose the pineapple one for 40 TWD ($1.30). This was a giant round shortbread biscuit ...