Grace Garden Resort

No.133 Ta Ying Tsun, Hsin Shin Hsiang, Tainan County, 704, Taiwan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.133 Ta Ying Tsun, Hsin Shin Hsiang, Tainan County.
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    Travel Blogs from Tainan County

    High-speed trains, Forest trains, Sacred trains

    A travel blog entry by ccmurray on Jun 04, 2014

    1 comment, 31 photos

    ... back into the town area of Alishan we walked into a little restaurant and ordered the special mountain tea. It supposedly has healing powers, helping you life a long healthy life, so why not?! The tea was so hot we didn't think we were going to be able to drink it. Eventually we got our health fix and took a quick bathroom break before getting on our 3 hour bus back to Chiayi. This provided another very scenic, and ...

    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.


    Waiting 等候

    A travel blog entry by sjm904 on Jun 01, 2014

    Just about one hour until we leave Tainan. Trying to stay awake. It's morning in America now. 一個小時後 ;要離開台ࡕ 5;。我硬不Š 01;睡,美國 694;在是早上 ...

    From Squid Balls to Wha Gwei

    A travel blog entry by summersabroad on Dec 14, 2013

    218 photos

    ... it means one in inside the trunk. Banyan fig trees (also called strangler figs) will grow on just about any surface, and have literally overgrown the house. They also love limestone, which makes brick houses easy prey. Pretty cool, especially since it incorporated some walkways allowing us to go over the roof and get a higher perspective on things. The 17th-century artifacts were also interesting, even if we didn't come for them. One ...

    The Traditional and the Modern

    A travel blog entry by summersabroad on Dec 13, 2013

    82 photos

    ... the dumplings deliciously fresh. The number of these hole-in-the-wall places has led us to wonder whether most of the residents of the city simply don't cook much at home, perhaps not having full kitchens in their apartments. However, that's pure speculation.

    The lack of picture menus, transliterated menus, and Mandarin on our part has made ordering difficult. We by-passed several potential dinner possibilities for these reasons. In the end, after an enjoyable evening ...