Busan Tourist Hotel

12 Donggwang-dong 2-ga, Jung-gu, Busan, Korea Rep. | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 12 Donggwang-dong 2-ga, Jung-gu, Busan, is near Demilitarized Zone, Busan Aquarium, and Camp Bonifas.
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    Travel Blogs from Busan

    Day 132: Rainy Day for a Coastal Walk

    A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber on Feb 26, 2014

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... are made up of what appear to be newer trees. They are all slender and there is little underbrush to block the view through the trunks. I should mention here that at this point the rain had really started to pick up. On the walk it was only sprinkling, getting the directions it picked up, and now that we were actually on our way, it was pouring. Of course we did not bring the rain gear because we had been so used to the dry weather of southeast Asia. At one point ...

    From Seoul to Busan

    A travel blog entry by paulandton on Sep 16, 2013

    1 comment, 75 photos

    ... of Buckchon that lies between the main palaces. These Hanok villages still have the old traditional houses with the distinct roof tops. We had a quick lunch in a sort of fast food Korean restaurant but the food was delicious. After that it was time to check in to our room. Not the biggest room, actually the room is quite small. Just enough to fit a double bed but then the bathroom is big and clean. After freshing up we go out to explore the city a bit more. We walk along ...

    Tongdosa Temple

    A travel blog entry by worldcitizen83 on Jul 21, 2012

    46 photos

    ... in Korea and in my personal opinion, this one caters very well to tourists. Almost every major building and monument of note has an explanatory sign in Korean, English, and Chinese to tell the visitor what building it is, it's history, and what it is used for. Admittedly, unless you have a prior background knowledge of Buddhism and Buddhist art and mythology, some of the explanations will probably go over your head but ...

    Last port in Asia

    A travel blog entry by pjh60 on Mar 09, 2012

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... slick was our departure. The pilot was on board and tugs singled up while containers were still being loaded. The Captain got a tad sharp with the Pilot who wanted to know why the officers were not ready to depart. He pointed out, that some of them were still overseeing the loading. Within a few minutes of the last box coming on board, we were off. Not only do the mooring ropes have to be released from the quay, the gangway and safety net have to be ...

    Back to School and Arcades

    A travel blog entry by jonnytheroth on Dec 09, 2011

    2 comments, 21 photos

    ... horizon in the glaring sun was great. The colours of the leaves still held onto the bright yellows and reds of autumn. Very relaxing.

    After I went out to Hyundae beach, the most popular beach in Korea, it's actually quite impressive with the skyscapers licking the edges of the sea. I tried to have a bit of a snooze, but it was quite cold, and no Koreas were sitting on the sand...

    Later on I met up with Mark to see the famous bridge, it was pretty impressive...