Fullon Hotel Linkou

Address: No.68 Wener First Street, Gueishan Town, Taoyuan, 333, Taiwan | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on No.68 Wener First Street, Gueishan Town, Taoyuan.
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    Maokong Gondolas!!

    A travel blog entry by tracyintaiwan on Sep 08, 2015

    1 comment, 29 photos

    ... last time!
    It was a really amazing day but I was totally exhausted when I got home! My next adventure is Laser Tag this weekend which I invited one of my coworkers to join me, should be fun! In October I have signed up to go to Taroko Gorge with the facebook group I belong to. Not only will I get to go to one of my must see places in Taiwan, nut we are going to spend 1 hour at and orphanage to donate toys and play with the kids!! I am VERY EXCITED for this ...

    Taipei 101 at Night

    A travel blog entry by tracyintaiwan on Sep 07, 2015

    1 comment, 19 photos

    So, I finally went to Taipei 101, but I waited until night so I could see the beautiful lights at night! A you are waiting in a giant line to go to the observation deck, they have a spot where they take your picture. They have two backgrounds they impose from the green screen and both are Taipei 101 of course. You can buy the picture for about $800 Nt I think they said ($33 Can)! Obviously I did not buy it, that is crazy!!! I did Face Time my Mother while I was at the top ...

    Gorgeous gorges and daylight driving

    A travel blog entry by ablo on Jan 06, 2014

    ... were lolling about in the pools of sulphurous water. After much deliberation, A decided he wanted to drive the Wuling Pass (Highway 14) and Highway 8 journey again in the daylight so we could appreciate the stunning views. We resigned ourselves to the fact that this would take most of the day but the day would be the journey itself. In the daylight it was more stark how precarious the overhangs were on the road and how high the ...

    Taipei 101

    A travel blog entry by beckano on Mar 01, 2011

    97 photos

    ... We rejoiced when we discovered a bucket of black and brown tapioca balls looking like clusters of frog eggs as they bobbed in a sea of sweetened tea. These chewy morsels we gobbled up voraciously through an enormous straw along with the thick milky tea.

    Eventually we strode up to a stall with an assortment of grilled and fried meaty bits on display. We gestured towards a glistening pile of roasted meat that looked particularly tasty. We paid for ...

    Jade Mountain - Take 2 - Preview

    A travel blog entry by athena on Aug 04, 2010

    ... Park...only to have our visions of climbing Jade Mountain smashed by the bad weather and consequent landslides. We managed to get off the mountain in one piece (more or less) with some crazy stories to tell...but alas...no Jade Mountain conquest. The third time I applied for a permit was for myself and this American guy I met in Hsinchu (新竹) who is also an English teacher. Jimmie couldn't join me this time because that was the day she was leaving ...