Hoitel Iris

Address: 62-1 Dojik-ri, Okgye-myeon, Gangneung, 210-833, Korea Rep. | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 62-1 Dojik-ri, Okgye-myeon, Gangneung.
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Travel Blogs from Gangneung

Süt a nap, csak miénk a nyár / Summmer

A travel blog entry by arodin on Jun 07, 2014

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Summer has come, time to go to Eastern seaside again! The weather was much colder than I expected, but the fresh air and some meditation did good to me. What I was not aware of during my planning is the due to the 3-day long weekend the usually 3 hours busride will be 6 hours both going to Samcheok and coming back to Seoul...


A travel blog entry by wheresindi on Jun 04, 2014

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... musical workshop. We went taste testing food while we waited for
the puppet show to finish, we tried rice cakes and Korean liquor and met up
with Youngmi and some of her students to get some lunch.

We left the Dano site and headed to have our first experience of a restaurant where you sit on the floor at a low table. It was different but not that easy when you aren’t used
to it. Our back and bums hurt from trying to sit up straight and there was ...

Eduardo and Justin

A travel blog entry by tis on Mar 12, 2014

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The rain at the ski mountain's base was cold and drizzly. Regardless of the drizzle, we rode the gondola to the mountain's peak and the annoying rain turned into the magical white, angelic, frosty snow. We had some Chinese food for lunch, hot soup and some vegetable stew with fried rice. The rest of the ...

The 'Boys' Korea tour!

A travel blog entry by andyandfran on May 02, 2012

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... It was a very random park with lots of planes on show, including an ex-president's plane, a huge war ship on display and the captured North Korean submarine. Like I said - boys toys!

We had planned to get down to Samcheok after the afternoon in the park but the trains were all booked so we grabbed some local food called 'sundubu' which was a 'jeongol' stew with special local tofu and had an early night (watching The Voice! ...

A New Perspective

A travel blog entry by jojobee6 on May 02, 2011

2 comments, 23 photos

... three bald, lady, monks sitting around a table drinking tea. Lisa and I proceeded to sit with them and curiously peeked around to see what we had gotten ourselves involved in. The entire house had glass windows which provided an incredible view of the waterfall from a completely different perspective and gave light to the potted Bonsai trees, plants and flowers inside the room. While we were waiting for tea, they explained that ...