Novotel Ambassador Busan
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- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
TravelPod Member ReviewsNovotel Ambassador Busan
Older luxury hotel with a partial ocean view. Close to local shopping and market. Nice facilities.
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Following breakfast, it's time for a boat ride around Odongdo island. What actually transpired was a 1hr boat ride around the harbour. There was no particularly inspiring scenery, but there was a guy all dressed up singing Karaoke on the boat. Then it was a stop near Jinju to see the suspension bridge. Onward to Jinjuseong fortress where a general …
... to see, obviously we had to go up Busan Tower. This tower serves absolutely no purpose save to give people a view over the city. I didn’t know that that was a rarety but Tim reliable informs me that they are usually radio towers or suchlike?! Regardless of having a second job, the tower did a damn good job at providing views over the city, so much so that Tim had several hissy fits whilst editing the hundreds of pictures that we each took covering ...
... my accent and I don’t know what to do about that, I can no longer just chill in the back of a taxi with no form of censorship and comment on how outrageous it is that the man I’m about to give my hard earned coin to is casually watching soap operas whilst having one hand on the wheel and his other hand carrying my life, before his phone rings and he answers it of course. The taxis do actually have little TVs in the front that the drivers watch as they ...
... rapper and as I had never heard of him before I was intrigued. I studied up on a few of the songs; I feel you enjoy a concert more if you are familiar with the music. Most of his lyrics are Korean though and as he didn’t sing anything about breathing fire or ordering 1, 2, 3 or 4 bibimbaps, lyrically I was pretty lost. I only have four friends which is good because my Korean phrase book stops at four for some strange reason. Five friends would ...
... Asian arm of the TESCO empire) and all is now well with the world, towel-wise.
We were driven by the lovely (and equally hung-over) Mary, James and Geoff. In a Hyundai.
More on them later, this is simply to drop you all a line to say that we are here.
Which we are.
I'm now off to boil us up some Dim-sum... might as well, we had to buy four packets of them!