TravelPod Member ReviewsTaiwan Hotel Changhua
Great location near the train station. Nice clean and modern rooms. Wifi only available by renting their device. Weird breakfast offerings: have to order McDonalds or traditional Taiwanese bread in the evening.
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After consulting the guide book and internet, we concluded that there was really nothing that we want to do in the city.
Following breakfast the next morning, we decided to go out of town to see mushroom growing. We rushed to the bus stop only to wait for the bus that was 30 minutes late. The locals waiting with us informed us that it was nothing ...
... some English as her children lives in Richmond, B.C. We then stopped by to see a performance by the local tribe. It was OK.
On the train to Taichung. When we got there, it took a few tries to find our hotel which was only 200m from the station, but on the other side of the tracks. We were in the low rent part of a large hotel, but can't complain for C $47 with free breakfast to boot. ...
... exquisite food - Lulu's birthday. Staff sang happy birthday and supplied printed photos! Fixed menu - 5 courses. Afterwards we went to Lulu's apartment building where the apartment community has access to all kinds of lifestyle rooms including a karaoke room. Here Lulu and Ming sang enthusiastically with support from Terri and Chris.
Then a shopping day where Terri took us to a Japanese department store but no joy. Then a street with little clothing shops where Chris ...
... decorated inside with detailed beam artwork and ornate temple shrines.
The next location I went to was the Confucius Temple. This seemed an older building and less colourful. Absent were temple gods replaced with inscription tablets instead.
... having one dollar bills for the majority of purchases. Aha! A topic of annoyance here! Taichung does not have a subway system in place, which is strange and annoying since I became very used to Tokyo's subway system which I became very fond of because I do not know why I just don't really like buses.
The following day we had a cultural class which was all about the martial arts, specifically Tae-Kwon Do. Our instructor we had is a world renowned coach and referee. ...