Taichung Plaza International Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... around the market for a bit them went to a peacock sanctuary which unfortunately it started to sprinkle so they put the birds in the cages so we couldn't see them very well. The tour guide felt really bad and showed me a picture on his phone of the white peacock which is very beautiful. After the peacocks, we decided to go to a beautiful pagoda that is a 574m climb so there are very few tourists there but once you get to the top boy is it worth the climb. We took a break and took a ...
... devastating earthquake in 1997. A Daoist temple was entirely destroyed with the roof crashing everything else (because it was so heavily decorated). It was left as a memory for all the people that died, and a new replica of it was built right in front. Also saw the train station which survived the quake; trains were used to transport construction materials to Sun Moon ...
Day 4 we headed off down to Nantou to Sun Moon Lake - a long bus ride, but at least the kids had a chance to rest for a while. We went across to the temple on a boat, then another 30 min or so on narrow, winding roads and we got to Xitou Park, a nature education area where we stayed for the last 2 nights.
It was lovely - a forest of redwoods, that are part of ...
... and left him a bad review, so now he just said no. I told Jo that is probably for the best. Kazu-san would have been on him like a hawk and he would probably of had to be even more perfect than exactly spot on perfect for a while before he earned Kazu-san’s trust. But Jo said he found someone else to volunteer with in Japan so all is good. After the farm he is going to go to Roll In Farm for a couple of weeks also. So I emailed Cecilia and told her she is in for a ...
... was a 4 Km walk uphill to the mushroom farm that we wanted to visit. There were many mushroom farms and people processing and selling mushrooms on the way. This area apparently produces 60% of all the mushrooms grown in Taiwan. Mushrooms are grown in little plastic bags now and you can buy bags already seeded to grow your own mushrooms at home. We ...