Commodore Hotel Gyeongju
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 1095; 85;ом корей 89;ком стиле. Также сохра 85;илась школа Конфу 94;ия, и чуть ли не перва 03; ...
When I first started browsing places to settle down in South Korea for a year, the familiar cities like Seoul and Busan reared their heads first. Over time and through researching, the expansive but less-spoken-of populaces of Ulsan and Daegu were next. Finally, Gyeongju. Gyeongju? What that a joke? Like it was "beyond me," just spoken with a mouth full of food? I'd never heard of such a place before, and I tell myself I had no reason to know ...
... poured me a drink, handed me a sushi roll and opened a bag of cut melon. He definitely didn't want to chat, but had brought twice the food he needed, and with the first bite of sushi (home made, I'm fairly sure) I could feel my spirits soar. This wouldn't have happened in a group, whether I'd have held my mood together with others I don't know, but now it was irrelevant. He shared out his chocolate treats and settled in to play a game on his phone. I enjoyed the view, feeling I ...
... visit the more accessible places.
After passing a cluster of temples (see previous entry) there were signs leading to more Royal tombs and another temple. There was a path leading in from the street to a hiking trail and a guards hut beside.
He told me I couldnt take my bike but as he could speak ...
... the side of the parking lot so I didnt need to goto the trail. I'm not sure what the original site was. I think the description said it was a palace but that all that remains now are the gardens.
The main feature was a tree which had a carved water path like a maple syrup trail.
There was also ...