Hotel Ritz

Address: 1133-8 Ingye-dong, Paldal-gu, Suwon, 442-070, Korea Rep. | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1133-8 Ingye-dong, Paldal-gu, Suwon, is near Nami Island and Hwaseong Fortress.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Suwon

Weeks 7 & 8: I miss you, Chipotle

A travel blog entry by natemorris on Apr 22, 2013

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... changed into our pajama-uniform getups and went upstairs. Due to alcohol consumption and overtiredness, we completely spaced about the existence of the common room, and found ourselves in a hallway full of what were private, locked rooms. We assumed that everyone who stayed at the jinjabong got a private room, which is totally logical for $8 (not really). Because they were all locked, I thought it wise to reach through an open a window on one of the doors, and unlock the room. Lucky ...

Seoul. Expectations for a traveler/nomad

A travel blog entry by tabburnett on Dec 22, 2012

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... can have its own numerical system of rules..ill explain as I go 11. Korean socialization is centered around age..when you go to the bar and meet a new group of people the first (FIRST) question they will ask is how old you are. They are curious to see if you are their elder...they also do not usually mix among drastic ages at least with common groups of friends. 12.if you are out with an elder you must not leave before them 13. If you're blonde or what I like to call "very ...


A travel blog entry by jenny_dani on Sep 05, 2012

3 comments, 14 photos

... like we weren't allowed to point or gesture towards North Korea or the North Korean soldiers we could see behind the building we went in and we weren't allowed to take photos back towards South Korea. We could take photos of ourselves with the South Korean soldiers but we had to stand far away and a step in front of them in case they suddenly had to spring into action! Apparently this was so that North Korean soldiers can't make spring attacks on the building while it's being visited ...

Last days in Korea

A travel blog entry by kfairhall on Jun 22, 2012

... I only stayed in the city cause I had already booked my accommodation.  So I indulged in the local speciality of fried sticky chicken and Korean wine - my Friday night in. The following morning there was a martial arts display at the palace which was interesting and. Are for some good photos.  Afterwards I discovered a small street of local arts and crafts and had a look around.  I headed back to Seoul in the early afternoon. Back ...

Artsy Fartsy Day

A travel blog entry by wanderlustpark on Jun 09, 2012

35 photos

... home.

There were a few other people who were in the same position and happen to be going to the same area as us.
So, we found a taxi driver who was willing to go the extra mile (literally) to take us all home.

We rode the taxi with a Chinese foreign exchange student studying at Gacheon University and Travis from San Diego.

It was nice meeting them, and I'm glad we were able to, despite the circumstances.