Holiday Inn Alpensia Pyeongcha

Address: 215, Alpensia Resort, Yongsan-Ri, Daekwallyeong-Myeon, Pyeongchang, Korea Rep. | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 215, Alpensia Resort, Yongsan-Ri, Daekwallyeong-Myeon, Pyeongchang, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Pyeongchang

Snowboardin'

A travel blog entry by eundel on Dec 29, 2012

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... take.

Missing the trail turned into a major pain because I ended-up at the bottom of what may have been the world's longest carpet lift. No joke, I spent a good ten minutes on the lift and had to carry my board to ride it, which I really didn't want to do since I was getting pretty tired of undoing my bindings all of the time. I wasn't the only impatient person, and once we finally came in sight of the top, the Korean in front of me stepped off the carpet and ...

ISP Field Trip

A travel blog entry by aworldofstories on Jul 17, 2012

1 comment, 15 photos

... they weren't fit to live in. I barely saw any and even the ones that I did see I wasn't sure if people actually lived there. Perhaps this was just because of the road I was on or the area we were driving through that deprivation was not visible there, but in China everywhere you look there is a shack beside the fields or on the side of a hill. Or maybe it is to do with the fact that with such a high proportion of people living in the cities in SK, people in ...

Pheonix Park Ski Trip

A travel blog entry by helen87 on Jan 01, 2012

9 photos

Ski trip with Adventure Korea for Lunar New Year 2012. The resort is one of the most popular in Korea, with slopes for all levels of expertise.

Adventure Korea organise discounted trips around Korea and to nearby countries. They arranged everything from ski rentals to accommodation (Korean style!).
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A New Perspective

A travel blog entry by jojobee6 on May 02, 2011

2 comments, 23 photos

... came up to have lunch and pray at 10am every Sunday and we were welcome to join anytime! We chatted away in our broken languages and sipped on tea served in handmade ceramic cups. I then expected some sort of healthy, traditional snack to accompany the tea. Instead we were handed moonpies, an artificial marshmallow and chocolate cake that is a favorite amongst all Korean children. Moonpies? For real?! The younger monk spoke pretty ...

A Time for Firsts

A travel blog entry by roxstar on Apr 16, 2011

3 comments, 17 photos

... She was terrified out of her mind, tears were streaming down her face. we all thought she might back out. But she didn't, and as she was jumping we could hear her triumphant "yeaaaaaaah" and she bounced up and down. Clara was the most amusing to watch. You can tell that she likes to be in control of things. She starting speaking in a stern tone usually reserved for adults who are dealing with difficult children, "Don't you push me. Do NOT push ...

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