Benikea Hotel Riviera Haeundae
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
TripAdvisor Reviews Benikea Hotel Riviera Haeundae Busan
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... so it was nice and easy to meet up in the mornings and nights after work for dinners! We had such a good time, and it was so nice I think for Logan to have his own family here finally, after seeing my entire family come already!! We woke them up early every day and we stayed up as long as we could at night, which resulted in a few days of exhaustion for all of us but over all I was VERY impressed with their willingness to keep walking around and hop on whatever subway, ...
... of some light relief after the fish massacre market we headed up to the Busan International Film Festival Square (BIFF Square), these streets are teeming with food stalls, sock vendors and fortune tellors. Yep I did say socks, there was stall after stall all selling trainer socks with various patterns and pictures. Obviously I had to partake and learned that there are called K-Socks, I am not the very proud owner of Batman socks, socks that look like I have a ...
... br> Our days in Busan were filled with culture, such as going to look at a lighthouse and visiting the heavily guarded UN peace park, something that Ban Ki Moon is probably responsible for. We also went to the super cool Gamcheon hill village which is painted in pretty colours and home to lots of strange art installations (see pictures). The most exciting thing though was getting snapped by a HERE Maps camera car outside ...
After a pleasant flight with Air France (even in economy class they serve champagne), we arrived early morning in Seoul. The airport bus brought us right to our hotel. We left our luggage at the hotel as it was still too early to get into our room. Near the hotel there are plenty of coffee shops, not the Dutch ones ;-) but real espresso bars and we had quite a decent espresso. After that we started to explore the city a bit. Visited the folk museum and wandered around the old ...
... asked myself repeatedly over the last few days is what materialistic things I will miss the most about Korea, which had me thinking about the cheap travel, amazing music and local food; all definite contenders! However it’s hard to think beyond the general freedom the lifestyle over there provides you with though, I didn’t pay rent! I ate out every day! I’m not sure if the second point has more to do with the fact that I couldn’t find Heinz baked ...