California Tourist Hotel

Address: 96-6 Garak-dong Songpa-gu, Seoul, 138-805, Korea Rep. | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 96-6 Garak-dong Songpa-gu, Seoul.
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Travel Blogs from Seoul

China to South Korea

A travel blog entry by loriworldtrip on Apr 18, 2015

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... stand on guard as we come out and we get to take a picture. Our final stop is Insadong, Seoul's premiere shopping districts with antique stores, art galleries and art shops as well as quaint tea houses. Very interesting things here, not the typical souvenirs. but unfortunately on these tours you never get enough time and we only get into a few stores and have to depart again. Seoul is not too memorable for me. I do not know were the time goes and we are next in ...

Half day to the DMZ

A travel blog entry by anita.russ on Dec 21, 2014

... one quite quickly. I had seen an impressive looking temple or palace (no guidebook you see) on the way to lunch and we lingered for a while watching what I assumed to be the changing of the guard as brightly costumed soldiers marched around in formation. The soldiers were impressive and looked a bit like I imagine the Mongol hoards might have been with large swords and much banging of loud drums. After lunch we braved the sub zero temperatures and headed back to the ...

Seoul

A travel blog entry by lajsoper on Aug 22, 2014

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... all have to do 2 years of military service when they turn 21, and to be on the force in the DMZ they have to sit a special IQ test and all have to have a black belt in Tai Kwon Do. It is scary to think that there is only a cease fire between the two Koreas, not a final peace. We get reminded of that everywhere. Often we see razor wire along the coast up from the beaches, and in the northern parts around Seoul there are army lookout posts every ...

Unification

A travel blog entry by kenzie.j.hi on Jun 27, 2014

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... where separated families can meet for a day. There is an amusement park and restaurant where families can enjoy the day together. The amusement park seems eerie and out of place in such a solemn and divided environment. There are ribbons of prayer hanging along barb wired fences pleading for unification. Divided families must apply to meet, but many are denied or disregarded for years and years. North Koreans have tried to attack the South even after ...

Korea: Didn't party with Psy but still quite good

A travel blog entry by travelandtalk on May 27, 2014

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... beach. However it was possibly, apart from Mumbai and that rubbish one in San Antonio bay in Ibiza, the ugliest beach I've ever seen, mainly due to the work that was going on to create sand sculptures, but it is also spoiled somewhat by the over developed coastline. The best sight in Busan is the Beomeosa Temple which is a very peaceful area, comprising of around ten buildings, a Wisteria Garden, and a cemetery including multiple ornate statues with turtles ...

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