Best Western Premier Incheon Airport

Address: 2850 Unseo-Dong, Jung-Gu, Incheon, 400-719, Korea Rep. | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 2850 Unseo-Dong, Jung-Gu, Incheon, is near Haeinsa Temple.
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    Travel Blogs from Incheon

    Taking the Seoul Train

    A travel blog entry by ageinghippie on May 03, 2013

    10 photos

    ... 8 kms away.

    A mostly downhill ride on a lovely warm afternoon, past pear orchards full of blossoms, and temples, and mountains and then past Camp Stanley, the American base left from the Korean War. Finally I saw the turn-off for Cheonghak-ri and, when I passed the local bike shop I knew I was almost there. I walked into Carla’s apartment at 4:30 pm and she arrived home about half an hour later.

    Again it was catch up on news time and the evening flew ...

    A Blog from Janell..Her Seoul Perspective

    A travel blog entry by tabburnett on Jan 07, 2013

    4 photos

    ... soup. This was my first experience of Korean customer service. In Korea, they have buttons on the tables that you push when you need service. If there’s no button, you just have to yell at the waiter. This is normal and in no way considered rude in Korea. One issue that I really had a problem with is that they use very small, thin napkins and no knives. I make a complete mess when I eat Korean food, so I went through a lot of small napkins. That evening, we met up ...

    Return to Seoul

    A travel blog entry by parleusted on Jun 19, 2012

    5 photos

    ... Japanese and Chinese are not as difficult) and this makes it hard for someone on a short visit. Streets, palaces, train stations - one needs these names to stick in order to be able wade one's way through a strange country. This is more our fault than Korea's, but it did prove to be a hurdle. Given some more time and maybe even learning the Hangeul alphabet (the locals boast of it being the most scientific phonetic system that fits in nicely ...

    The last bastion of true physical division

    A travel blog entry by elaqid on Apr 07, 2012

    41 photos

    ... for a field trip photo - quite the tasks to get them all smiling and looking in the same direction. Each small group was escorted by a member of the Military Police and each tried to get their group to scream the loudest, wave in unison, or something else. It was fun to see the next generation visiting this living history and have a good time at it. Hopefully they will find a way to Reunification if we are not ...

    Cultivate Your Bush - A Lesson in Gym Etiquette

    A travel blog entry by meanderingmand on Oct 19, 2011

    ... at the bottom of your feet for a good five minutes.
    Get out your toothbrush and paste and give your not so pearly whites a good scrub while you're at it. Spit some more for good measure.
    You must take great care when tending your lady garden post-shower. After a quick but rigorous towel-dry, finish the drying process with the communal hairdryer, use your spare hand to fluff your muff to create as much volume as possible; remember, healthy down-there hair ...