Kao Yuan Hotel (Chungshan Road)

Address: No.444 Chungshan Road, Taichung, Taiwan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No.444 Chungshan Road, Taichung.
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      7 th Day in Taiwan

      A travel blog entry by kristene on Oct 04, 2014

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      ... at night were spectacular. Will take photos tomorrow when I return to the airport. I've been upgraded to a Kingsize room with a fantastic view over the harbour and apartment blocks, but too dark still to take photos. I had a soak in the bath, with bubbles, first bath for 9 weeks. Was lovely to soak. Watched a little TV but only US news and nothing interesting. So went to bed in my king size bed and off to ...

      6 th day in Taiwan

      A travel blog entry by kristene on Oct 03, 2014

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      ... 10 minutes for $4 Australian. He did a really good job. The view over the city of Ching Shui was spectacular. We came back to Mr Lee's house and his son, Addison, wanted to play the piano for us, so we had a concert. He is 13 years old. Then his older sister, Lin (18) played for us. She is excellent. Only one more day in Taiwan. I wonder what is planned for us to do? We usually find out on the way, but this makes for an interesting ...

      5th day in Taiwan

      A travel blog entry by kristene on Oct 02, 2014

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      ... affluent area with lots of shops and big lavish apartments. By the time we left the house, it was 12 noon and we were taken to yet another restaurant for lunch. This was another help yourself buffet and so wonderful. I decided to just have salad, since I was still full from breakfast! This restaurant is really popular and packed every meal. Per person it costs $300 New Taiwanese dollars - which equates to $12 Australian. Really inexpensive ...

      Towards Taichung

      A travel blog entry by tbugs1 on Oct 19, 2013

      39 photos

      ... down. It turned out to be a loose connection to the batteries. We were hearing a strange beeping noise every time the driver braked but it was quite intermittent. In the end, it was fixed.

      From the kiln, we went on to Checheng, a really touristy train place. I am unable to put this place down to just one word. It has a visitor centre, train tracks where you can sit on one of those old fashion do it yourself rail carrier things where you pump the handle up ...

      Weekends are the best!

      A travel blog entry by krathmell on Jul 22, 2012

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      ... know I could make my way home alone and at night and feel safe. This Monday will be my third week of school and we have just started the curriculum. I love them already. Ann gave me a huge box of grapes on Friday. The grapes here are huge! My kids love the song Ani't No Mountain High Enough and I think on monday I'm going to teach them the Cupid Shuffle. Well time for a picnic with Jennie and ...