GS Plaza Hotel

Address: 1060-1 Bangchon-dong Dong-gu, Daegu, 701-801, Korea Rep. | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1060-1 Bangchon-dong Dong-gu, Daegu.
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Travel Blogs from Daegu

Whistle Stop to the South

A travel blog entry by rolandandlizzie on Nov 02, 2015

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... to visit and that not many westerners ever make it here (go us!!!). Anyway we had a great walk and it was a real work out, 900metres and lasting 11 miles!! We decided to get off the beaten track on the way down and took a steep and skinny path through the the trees. I took a tumble and have bruised like a peach! We were enjoying the walk so much that we ended up almost missing our bus onto Busan, luckily we made it with a few minutes to spare. It was another ...

A day trip into Gyeongju

A travel blog entry by mistyofthedane on Jul 06, 2014

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... for younger than my real age. It was an enjoyable evening in then end, and I was glad to finally have met a Korean person who wasn't working in a hostel.He recommended some places I should visit on my way back to Seoul, so I think I might deviate my route slightly.

Tomorrow I am off to Busan (also spelled Bujeon) - I have no idea what to expect, so hopefully with low expectations I won't be disappointed...


Birthdays and Flaming Bottles

A travel blog entry by julietellsall on Jan 12, 2014

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This weekend was my pal Duncan's 30th birthday! So we decided to celebrate in style. He booked a table at the Hotel Ariana Restaurant. Basically the way it worked was you paid 31,000 Won to get in, but there was all you could eat and drink until 10pm. And believe you me, we took advantage of this deal. In all there were about 20 of us there. With a table directly in front of the stage.

Just to set the scene: Large ...

Never Been A Fan

A travel blog entry by julietellsall on Dec 16, 2013

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The time has come. 2 of my coworkers, the 2 that have been here with me from the beginning, are heading home. Now, I know that I should be happy for them. They're both ready to be back in Canada with their friends and family. But I can't help feeling sad and lonely. These are 2 people that I met hours after arriving to Korea. We took trips together. Shared stories together. Took comfort in knowing that we all hated certain things, ...

Oh, Young Grasshopper

A travel blog entry by ruloris on Oct 03, 2013

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... the realization comes that you can't hang on the tails of guide books and other expats forever. There are more Korean people in South Korea than there are Americans, or English speakers in general. Surprise! Many of these people won't speak with you, because they can't, and it's incredibly breathtaking how isolated one can feel in a land without communication. Not for just one day, but for 365.

How to deal with this? I've learned to wander. It's what I'm good at. I ...