Benikea Hotel Pohang
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... By the way, there are very sweet mandarins here that remind us the ones we had in the New Year presents in our childhood.
- Another interesting detail: our hotel, like all other hotels in this area, called 'motel'. It seems earlier it was a romantic place where you can stay with a girl for a couple of hours. At least we have never seen a set of cosmetics for men and condoms in each room. Also the bath and the toilet were perfectly equipped with many technological gadgets.
... 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 ...
... the master of the house wasn't in vast areas of space - but quaint, wooden with a courtyard. Pretty much all like that. We wandered happily around, then stopped for lunch, noodle soup, all round.
In the afternoon the plan called for the 'main' sights, Bulguska temple and Seokguram grotto. They're the main ones because they're the most accessible, I think, perhaps with Anapji pond included, though that looks so different (better ...
... 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 ...