Commodore Hotel Gyeongju
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Today I went with some other helpers to Gyeongju. We took the bus from Busan which took about 40 minutes. We arrived in Gyeongju and took another bus to the Bulguksa Temple. My first visit to a Korean temple! And it is pretty different from the Japanese, I think. For example the decoration and design. This one had a lot of colorful designs, while the Japanese ones are usually more simple (still beautiful~). The Bulguksa temple isn't just one temple, but there are a few buildings ...
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 ...
... 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 ...
Korea has a peculiar fascination with Teddy Bear Museums. There are two in Jeju Island, one in Seoul, and two in Gyeongju. On a previous visit to Gyeongju I had mistakenly visited its other Teddy Bear ...