Bellus Hotel

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

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Monastic Living

A travel blog entry by mistyofthedane

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... sundry details. Given this, I knew that I wanted to take the 9:40am bus from Dong Seoul bus station in the east of the city. After a shaky start (heading on the metro in the wrong direction), I eventually made it to the bus station. Getting out of the metro I must have looked like such a fool, because my bag got caught on the ticket gate as I was trying to exit and I couldn't get it unstuck. Without my asking a very nice Korean man came and helped me to get it ...

The Drive to Ascend

A travel blog entry by ruloris

24

... but I've never been a person to commit to something just for the sake of it. I can't read a book for the sole reason to grow more brain, just like I can't exercise to grow less stomach. There has to be some other purpose behind it.

I'm glad I've gotten both the chance and drive to do more hiking. I've always liked it, or at least the idea of it, but that certain drive to commit to mountain tops never was made manifest. ...

Korea Tour, 3 Oct, Gyeongju

A travel blog entry by gollygee

18

... on a cultural fair marking National Founding Day

Gyeongju National Museum where we see relics excavated from the nearby tombs

Bulguksa Buddhist temple

For supper we eat at the hotel’s buffet where for a change of pace we enjoy western food and the unlimited house wine costs only 3500 ...

Hot Namsan hike, grassy tombs and Yangdong village

A travel blog entry by jarcher106

1

... above! En-route we passed a very unusual tunnel which had hundreds of huge marrows and other vegetables dangling from above - quite odd to walk through! Passing the very scenic large ponds of blooming lilly plants we found a small building screening a computer animation which brought the ancient kingdom to life, and illustrated the sheer scale of the city which was home to a million people. With time running out we had a quick walk around the National Museum exterior ...

Golgulsa Temple Martial Arts & Buddha Rock Cliff

A travel blog entry by londone7

47

... that takes place twice daily.

Golgulsa is located in the country well outside the Gyeongju city limits. To reach it you can take either bus 100 or 150 for 1500w ($1.25) from outside the bus terminal. Buses are not that frequent and seemed to be at 30-45 min intervals.

Driving in rural countryside I wasnt sure where to get ...

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