Benikea Narsha Hotel
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... fortress wall. The village itself has a large grassy park area in the center with small streets all leading away from the main street that connects the east and west gates. The small streets were all lined with stone walls a meter or two high topped and partially covered by ivy. As you walk into one of the little driveways, you see one or two small huts with a tiny garden area for greenery inside the walls. The huts are small with ...
... For those who aren't aware, rail bikes are small four person cars that you peddle down an old railroad. What is neat about the railroad is that the former railroad tracks ran parallel to the cliff's edge and looked over the water. To get to the rail bikes we had to drive through a small tunnel that ran through a mountain. Unlike most tunnels in North America that are smooth on the inside and well lit, this tunnel was rough and jagged, as though it had only recently ...
... To take me to three places I wanted to go he agreed to 80,000w ($70) which would be the same as renting a car but he said I would be stuck in traffic most of the time due to the holiday which was quite honest of him to turn away the business.
There was supposed to be a bus to the German Village that takes over ...
... temple was amazing, so I stayed awake for that part of the trip. The bus dropped me off right at the foot of the mountain which was absolutely jam packed with tourists on this beautiful spring day. It was also a day of stairs. First there were the stairs to the actual temple. Then there were rocks you have to climb over and through which are pretty claustrophobic. Then, to see the little shrines and grottos there were more stairs. After that, to get to the peak of the ...
... to recover from their National Day partying and pan-flute extravaganza, so I left to join the line for the Climate and Environment Pavilion.
It was the last big pavilion I had on my list to visit. I hadn't been to the POSCO Pavilion either, but for some reason I can't put into words, I felt like I should leave one pavilion unvisited, and POSCO just happened to end-up in that slot. Anyway, back at the Climate and Environment Pavilion, I had no reservation this time so ...