Bellus Hotel

130-6 Nhoseo-dong, Kyongju, Korea Rep. | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kyongju

Watched soccer game !!

A travel blog entry by ryusukefuda

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今日は8時 ;前に起きӗ 0;世界遺産ą 24;徳宮へ。
日本人が200 154;くらいい 2383;、どんだ&# 12369;ー。雪が& #31309;もって …

Entombed in Dirt

A travel blog entry by phungster

3
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Lost and confused as always... we got off the Seoul Metro to get to the express bus terminal for Gyeongju... a Korean young woman steps up and helps us out after seeing two lost and confused travellers. This seems to be the theme of our whole travel experience: "Lost and confused in the Far East". What is new? Bus ride took about 4 hours. This is …

The Drive to Ascend

A travel blog entry by ruloris

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... reaching the top.



The second ascent was Mt. Onggyeobong. I'm not familiar with its stats. Unfortunately here I became a little notorious as a tomb desecrator. After reaching a break point in the trail, I accidentally stood on a royal tomb to take the photo to the right. (That would be twice I've done that now.) It's a terrible hobby.



Apparently I need a chance, some drive, a little ...

One more day of walking, one of rest

A travel blog entry by johnnym

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... to their hostel I came through a much more glitzy shopping area; I didn't spot the big luxury brands, but there were more swanky, glassy shops for Head, Lacoste, Adidas et al. Dinner was a complete contrast, as we popped into one of the small restaurants, mom and pop seems the best description, a handful of tables, order taken and cooked by the same person; a woman both times I have been. Good food, a cup of green tea afterwards, which isn't such an odd thing for me now, and a ...

Golgulsa Temple Martial Arts & Buddha Rock Cliff

A travel blog entry by londone7

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Korea has an abundance of Temples and having visited so many I'm trying to find the more unusual ones to visit. One I read about was Golgulsa which I planned to visit on my weekend trip to Gyeongju. Golgulsa temple is unique in several ways not only having rock cliff shrines and a giant carved Buddha but I also wandered into a martial ...

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