B & Beach Tourist Hotel

Address: 200-14 Hak-dong, Yeosu, Jeollanam-do, 555-809, Korea Rep. | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Yeosu

Are you going to the fortress party tonight?

A travel blog entry by jen.galo.10 on May 05, 2014

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... green tea because it makes me cotton-mouthed, but this tea was really tasty. I surprisingly drank quite a bit of it. After a few hours on and around the plantation, we moved on to the Nagan folk village where we would be staying that night.

This was another hanok village inland from where we were the last couple nights. The Nagan Folk Village, which is also a UNESCO Heritage site because of its preservation of Korean history ...

The South of the South

A travel blog entry by kelseyandmike on Aug 10, 2013

59 photos

... of the interior and head south.. Way south. Like, as far south as we could go. Two hours from Nonsan by train is a small city called Yeosu that sits on the southern edge of the peninsula. Korea, being surrounded by water on three sides (and a hostile neighbour on the other), holds many beautiful coastal towns which boast cooler temperatures in the summer and milder winters. That was originally a strong motivator to going, but one of the city's main attractions was another. ...

Geo-je and Namhae Islands

A travel blog entry by clcatsam on May 18, 2013

111 photos

... of Namhae which was going to the beautiful seaside rice terraces. The weather had cleared up and we got a beautiful view of the sea crashing into the cliffs and the blooming flowers. It made up for the ****** morning, but it did make me sad we didn't get to see more of this part of Namhae. All in all, it wasn't the smoothest trip ever but a lot of unforeseen events (traffic, weather, etc) caused this. It was still enjoyable to see a new part of Korea and get that three-day weekend!

I'm at the bottom!

A travel blog entry by starlagurl on Mar 23, 2013

4 comments, 20 photos

... can look to your left and right and see clusters of distant islands. You are on an island yourself, which is accessible (not easily!) by a one hour city bus ride from the city centre. The guide book said "almost any" bus goes to the roundabout where I was supposed to catch my island bus. Only I would have the luck to get on the one bus that doesn't. Once I figured that out, the bus driver helped me get onto the right one. When I got to the roundabout, I tried to read the fancy ...

My Final Final Day at the Expo

A travel blog entry by eundel on Jul 30, 2012

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... their cafe. I considered getting breakfast at one of the other pavilions, but I was put off by the prices, so instead I grabbed something from the convenience store.

Because it was still relatively early, and the people who had made it into the Expo were mostly standing in pavilion lines, the hallway under the Expo Digital Gallery (that big screen covering the ceiling of the International Pavilion) was fairly clear. I hadn't appreciated it on my previous Expo visit, ...