Andong Hotel

Address: 103-3 Samsan-dong, Andong, Gyeongsangnam-do, 760-080, Korea Rep. | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 103-3 Samsan-dong, Andong.
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Hanok villages

A travel blog entry by nyukwha on Oct 15, 2013

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... discovered outdoor clothing some years ago and found it very comfortable to wear. So everyone started wearing it all the time. But I must say that we Koreans hike in clothes that are actually meant to scale the Mount Everest.” And yes, in that respect they’re like Germans. We Dutch ride our bikes in everyday wear, Germans mount their bikes dressed as if they going to ride a stage of the Tour de France or a heat of the Olympic games for ...

Behind the Mask

A travel blog entry by ruloris on Oct 05, 2013

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... What do we know of them, and can knowing change us? Like the celebrators of the Maskfestival believe, the spiritual and the physical balance one another; they cannot be torn apart. The masks we wear, unfortunately, are the same, and they too cannot be torn from us. Perhaps our identities - our true identities - we already possess, behind the masks we dawn for a specific moment or a special occasion, for the right friends, the right strangers, and even the right ...

For those of you who are wondering....

A travel blog entry by frisone82 on Feb 04, 2012

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We found an apartment in BA and we LOVE it.
It has an oven, a queen size bed, big bright windows, and real closets!!!
It does not get any better than this!

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There's nowt so queer as folk!

A travel blog entry by lyncraven on Oct 20, 2011

... of what they should have been highlighting: the actual cave structures themselves.

On the positive side, this vast, gargantuan cave takes a considerable amount of time to walk through, so the stairs were a very necessary feature, altho’ maybe not bright steel. There are cathedral-like caverns; long, enduring tunnels, fabulous rock patterns and features, streams, small waterfalls and ponds and wonderfully shaped areas that could be used to good effect. ...

Andong Folk Villages, Dam, Wooden Bridge

A travel blog entry by londone7 on Mar 26, 2011

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... dams, more like the thames flood barrier, and the much larger main dam is further along (then I remembered having to insure dams in my job before I came here!)

As we contined to walk along the river there was another old settlement on the other side of the road with a very old seven story pagoda. After a 15 min walk along the river we reached Wolyeong-gyo which is Koreas longest wooden bridge. This is a zig-zag bridge with a pavillion in the middle. From here we could see ...