Homers Hotel

Address: 193-1 Gwangan 2-Dong, Suyeong-Gu, Busan, Korea Rep. | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 193-1 Gwangan 2-Dong, Suyeong-Gu, Busan, is near Busan Aquarium.
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Travel Blogs from Busan


A travel blog entry by wheresindi on Jun 12, 2014

... We spent our last day in Busan getting organised and finalised and not bothering to look around the place really, we'd had enough of the middle aged Koreans hastling us!

We had another average western dinner instead of trying to find vegetarian dishes at a Korean restaurant again. We went to Karaoke for the last time this trip and Indi managed some more lines into the microphone than 'Bah'. Indi had a fun ride ...

Day 132: Rainy day for a coastal walk

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber on Feb 26, 2014

1 comment, 18 photos

... up with the coastal trail on the way home (a large loop if you will). This was harder than we thought because none of the trails are really labeled. We hiked through the woods up and up and then finally realized that we were on the green trail and not the blue. Not a big deal though since they met up down the road and we could switch over to the blue trail then.

The forests here are pretty because they are made up of what appear to be newer trees. They are all slender and ...

Spa Day in Busan

A travel blog entry by kelseyandmike on Sep 21, 2013

37 photos

... sounds pretty amazing, but I know what you must be thinking. A spa like that in North America would easily cost upwards of $100 for a basic package. But, we're in Korea and nothing is ever what you'd expect. So, since we know how much things cost here, we expected a day trip to a jjimjilbang would cost maybe $50 (which would be a bargain back home). We were pleasantly surprised to see we were wrong. WAY wrong. Or day didn't even cost us half of that. On a regular ...

Busan, Beach, Butt

A travel blog entry by annyeongtasha on Jul 04, 2013

3 comments, 9 photos

... place, nothing. We tried to borrow a hotel phone, no. We sit in a cafe and I pull out my emergency phone (thank you Pek ). We also have little signs written in Korean in our name tags. It pretty much says "I am an American and I don't speak much Korean. I'm lost, can you please call ____." We all kinda laughed... Well thank god for them since we had phone numbers. We first called "say-ee" since she eat the one who went with us, but she didn't pick up so we called ...

The End Of 김용?

A travel blog entry by dragonbeetlebum on Mar 05, 2013

... experiences and cool people that it was hard to leave behind.

As I write this with reflection, it’s hard not to think about the possibilities I missed out on and to be honest there are very few, I got a lot out of my last year and have very little reason to be regretful. One curiosity that was never fulfilled though was my desire to go to a funeral in Korea. Apparently this opportunity is less in my control than booking a temple stay or showing up at a ...