Hotel Concorde Gyeongju
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Terrible old hotel, not updated since the 70's
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... I can't imagine how much there are in total. We had bought the Gyeongju bread earlier. It's actually very small, at least smaller than we had expected it to be. It's round, filled with something that tasted like anko (the red bean paste) and the dough around it is very thin, about 1 mm. It would probably go well with tea, as it was recommended on all the advertisements.
Finally we took the bus back to Busan, it has been a nice and long day and I took my first pictures in Korea!!
Winter is officially over, and since the cold is dying down, the cherry blossoms started to revive and come out of hiding. And where some may think they're a minority, they're a testament that small life creates vast armies. Anywhere there has been grass, I've found at least a tree or two full of the blooming buds, and since my day was open (the first in a long time), I went off around the city to see how vast this army had become.
... That was until I visited it's National Museum. Now I wonder why I make excuses for myself.
Now I won't go on and say how incredibly breathtaking every piece of historical stone in the Gyeongju National Museum is, because at the end of the day, it's really only has two major components: stone and history. I'm not sure how of a crucial role ancient rock plays for the life of the everyday person, but history is one of those things ...
... he explained about a km away were several of the buddhist carvings. As they seemed easy to get to and close together I decided to hike up and take a look
The base of the trail will pass by another three Royal Tombs. Then the hiking trail begins into the mountain. It is partially paved, well travelled, and ...
... city map of Gyeongju which suddenly made everything make more sense. It had a square formation with a main road leading north connecting the sites. Its unfortunate the modern day layout does not follow this and that this layout is not more widely known
There was a path that led to another Royal ...