Benikea Gunsan Riverhill Tourist Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... 1914. Don't know why it's not still a cathedral but apparently its not. Maybe lack of stained glass windows.
And that really is it for Jeonju. The guide map has other attractions like "the pedestrian-friendly street area" ( with young kids in their cars driving through), a zoo, a stream ( that has its water restored to first class quality - yeah right), a world cup stadium, shooting sites of a few Korean movies etc but sadly nothing of ...
I got an extra weekend off after I bought my ticket to go home to Canada. When I called the airline, they said it would cost me $500 to either change the day to go home, or I could go to Korea for the same price.
I missed Dave so I asked if he would help me pay for hotels if I did that. He said yeah, and that's how it went.
I visited old friends in Iksan as well, but didn't take any pictures. I did take a picture of the nice hotel in Gunsan I stayed at.
... edge, starting with two iPhones only to find he only had one at his destination-vibration phone-dropper syndrome?-and showing the other one, screen laced with cracks, explained with "I crash all the time". Socialising was encouraged by the owner offering us all a beer, turfing Shayan off the computers to talk to us and generally jollying us along. Monday evening was the same, fewer people but that meant three Danes, German Sonya, Swiss Yan and Shayan heading for dinner. ...
... have been here for much longer than any of the other things we've seen on our travels. To the Koreans, they are just normal parts of their day. I suppose they feel the same about the mountains as we do about Niagara Falls - seeing it all the time kind of makes it seem less majestic. But something tells us that after a year we won't tire of seeing the amazing scenery in this country.
Our last stop before heading home was to the Mireuksaji ...
... 39;, tahoma, verdana, arial, sans-serif; line-height: 17px;">- You can wrap your umbrella in plastic when entering a store...
- Koreans are in a rush to go everywhere... except when they are standing on escalators or moving walkways.