Hotel Crown Busan

830-30 Beomil-dong, Dong-gu, Busan, 601-060, Korea Rep. | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 830-30 Beomil-dong, Dong-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

... Not wanting to test if there were any other type of explosives planted near the path, we kept walking and looked for another way to get down to the coastal path.

The next path we came across looked a little safer but was still sort of blocked off by a yellow gate. We saw other people down below and decided that it was a safe place to walk. Along this path we saw more man-made brush huts and several piles of hard things covered with green tarps. We ...

From Seoul to Busan

A travel blog entry by paulandton on Sep 16, 2013

1 comment, 75 photos

... goes really well with the meal. We had an excellent dinner. The next day we set off to visit the palaces. But first we had to buy our first souvenirs namely two umbrellas as it was pouring with rain. As it was raining so much we decided to go to the history museum of Seoul first. So we got to learn a bit more on the history of Seoul. Luckily it didn’t rain so much anymore when we got out and visited the two main palaces Gyeongbokgung and Changdeokgung. The first one is ...

Tongdosa Temple

A travel blog entry by worldcitizen83 on Jul 21, 2012

46 photos

... to the different types of Buddhas and deities on prayer mats, reciting their beads, and reading their devotional books. At Tongdosa, the situation was a bit different. In addition to the main buildings, even the smaller more historical buildings had quite a few people inside practicing their faith. As a result, it was a little bit difficult to get good pictures of the interiors of many of the buildings.


Last port in Asia

A travel blog entry by pjh60 on Mar 09, 2012

2 comments, 2 photos

... of the ship is. This is important at night when manoeuvring because there are no lights visible forward from the bridge and if there is no moon – or it is foggy - it is impossible to see if the ship is turning or staying on course. I’ve seen the pilot light before (and nothing else was visible) so I pottered off to bed.

This afternoon a weak sunshine came into my cabin – the first time I have seen rays strong enough to ...

More fish sir?

A travel blog entry by jonnytheroth on Dec 05, 2011

2 comments, 24 photos

... in many UK cities. It does however give excellent views over Busan port, the 5th largest in the world, and as a transport planner geek(ish) it's actually pretty impressive to see. Huge numbers of ships sail into the port across the glistening ocean from all over the world vying their wares to East Asia. The large Russian population is mostly down to the port area, and an unfortunate side effect is that foreign women ...

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