Grand View Hotel

No.395, Sec.2, Chunshan Road, Yuanlin Town, Changhua, Taiwan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.395, Sec.2, Chunshan Road, Yuanlin Town, Changhua.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Grand View Hotel Changhua

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
 

Travel Blogs from Changhua

Taichung-Days 5 &6: Cooking and Acupuncture

A travel blog entry by morgangoche on May 22, 2014

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... but another person told us later most people practice Buddhism, so I am still not sure. For cultural differences he told us the police are nicer, and when you get pulled over you can fight with them about your ticket and they expect you to do that haha, but for speeding they have a lot of cameras at stoplights and then tickets just get sent in the mail, so you can't argue those. The people are so nice and families are extremely close, grandparents also have a ...

Taichung-Days 3 & 4: Ice Cream and Earthquakes

A travel blog entry by morgangoche on May 21, 2014

19 photos

... know you already have two kids-which they can now have instead of just one-they will pull you and force abortions on women. He told us about the bribery and corruption within their government, and that in high school some of his classmates went to America to study, like him, and some stayed in China. The ones who stayed have pretty high ranking government jobs, but he said they have to "compromise" and must be willing to not always have very good morals. No one ...

Taichung Adventures- Days 1 and 2

A travel blog entry by morgangoche on May 21, 2014

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... bus to a "department store" or huge mall, with 15 floors. There was also a famous singer outside and a huge mob wanting him to sign things. That night we ate at a little restaurant where each table had its own table-top grill. We grilled lamb, beef, corn-on-the-cob, green peppers, and mushrooms. I also tried red tea - not as good as my favorite - green tea! That night we checked out a fruit stand, some local grocery stores, and we also got ...

Changhua Great Buddha Statue

A travel blog entry by londone7 on Jan 20, 2013

38 photos

Sunday was my first full day in Taiwan and I had two trips planned to Changhua and Lugang. The first of these Changhua, is famous for a giant buddha statue and adjacent temple.

The tourist office had told me which train line to take. The ticket was only $26 TWD (.85 cents) and the journey was only 20 mins. However, I had to wait ...

I think I know this guy from somewhere....

A travel blog entry by kernszt on Jun 27, 2012

1 comment, 36 photos

... are smaller, because of less storage space, as well as refillable and reusable. They spent a while on the reusable topic since they realized that Western world doesn't use as many refillable products according to their research and studies. The rest of the tour consisted of lots of machines making lots of smaller machines or parts for machines.
There are so many little adventures that I end up having in between the bigger ones that it is difficult to keep up, going ...