Benikea Hotel Pohang
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... found in Korea and 6 boasted from this specific site.
In search of a little more history I make my way to the National Museum to learn the creation of the dynasty, their fall to the Chinese Tang and finally the Japanese occupation. Along the way I pass by more burial mounds and the Cheomseongdae Observatory. Then for the most disturbing part of the day. I walk by a beautiful field of orange colored ...
... with the hotels in Ulleungdo had consisted of lots of hand movements or the hotel owner going down the road to grab someone that spoke a bit of English. Our first impression of our Pohang was great because of that and we had a lovely stay there. We went out for dinner that night and unfortunately dinner wasn't lovely. We fancied western food so ordered a Mango and Salmon salad for one meal. It didn't look quite right when it arrived and we realised the ...
Robbo and Marta had come all the way to celebrate Christmas with us in Nepal in 2012 and we had not visited them once despite them living and teaching in the same country. It was time to repay the gesture, although we did not not nearly have to travel so far. We jumped on the KTX, a high-speed train that travels 305km/h and travelled to Sinyengju Station. Unfortunately, it did not feel very fast at all because the tracks were ...
... any more. I had to ask why our vacation was being sidelined by these two women who were not 5 years older than us. That’s when Summer told me that because age is so important in their culture, even if you’re just two months older than a person, you call the shots. Well you know what I say to that? It’s ****.
But of course, I kept my mouth shut (because they are my co-workers and I am a foreigner- so I don’t want to ruin a working relationship) and soon ...
... house which has a thin outer corridor separated by sliding doors from the inner rooms.
There is no entrance fee so its easy to explore this historical building
Outside the street continues winding south hidden away from the main ...