Hotel Concorde Gyeongju
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Så er vi kommet til Gyeongju, den gamle by som er kendt for dens gamle templer og gravhøje inde midt i byen. Vores hotel ligger en 6 km. uden for byen ved en kunstigt anlagt sø i et hotel/turistområde, så turisterne kan nyde naturen, søen og kirsebærtræerne (sammen med de andre turister :-S), men mere om det …
... and the trail took us up through the scenic forest and streams getting ever steeper as we ascended. After an hour or so we were feeling shattered, soaked with sweat and a little shaky - not great and the mountain, humidity and now heat had really got to us! We had a break at the first hermitage we came to before making a final push to the rocky peak of Mt. Namsan (468m) which gave us great views of the surrounding valley and distant hazy hills. We felt better on the way down ...
... fortunately there are english announcements at the stop for Golgulsa and Girimsa which both use the same stop.
To reach both temples you have to walk up a side road that intersects the country road. After about 20 mins you will reach ...
... a bit strange. I ordered a seafood jjambbong which ended up being quite heavy
Walking towards the Spa Hotel where the jimjilbang was I passed by a giant waterwheel in a roadside park
The Teddy Bear Museum was right next door to the jimjilbang located in the hotel so it was easy to visit then ...
Yandong Folk Village in Gyeongju, not to be confused with the Andong Folk Village, is another Unesco listed folk village with its own unique character distinct from other folk villages. I've long known about this seeing it on a map of Gyeongju, but having visited ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
Terrible old hotel, not updated since the 70's
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