Olympic Hotel Changwon

Address: 97-1 Jungang-dong, Changwon, Korea Rep. | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 97-1 Jungang-dong, Changwon.
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Travel Blogs from Changwon

Yonghwasa & Seogwangsa Temples

A travel blog entry by londone7 on Jun 15, 2013

40 photos

... detailed artwork.

On the third floor was a very large hall spanning the length of the building. In the centre along the long wall was a seated white Buddha. All the alcoves along the walls on all sides had their own tiny Buddhas.



The staircase and artwork continued up to another floor. Curious I decided to look even though I was only ...

Mountain Struggle

A travel blog entry by dragonbeetlebum on May 27, 2012

... and had some chicken, I usually love Korean food but this was terrible, none of us ate much, he then shouted at a member of staff, presumably about the food but the waiter seemed confused and he was Korean so I’ve got zero chance of informing you of the rambles of mad man. I agreed to have a beer with Crazy Joe but just the one because I was climbing a mountain in three hours, obviously that translates in mental Micky’s mind to ‘pitcher for the table ...

South Korea

A travel blog entry by katiestephan on Mar 18, 2012

1 photo

... high-rise apartments.A lot of Koreans work in factories which produce... Vegetables like Peas, corn, carrots, and fish. There are lots of hills and mountains. There are cold winters and hot summers. just like Wisconsin . ...

Getting to know Busan and South Korea

A travel blog entry by beccadonohoe on Sep 11, 2011

1 comment, 17 photos

... the crowds at a baseball game here are much louder than we are in Canada!

Does anybody like to eat fish? If you do, then you would like the food in Busan, because they eat A LOT of it! They eat eels, and crabs, and red snapper, and shrimp, and many, many more. A lot of the time they eat the fish raw! They eat everything with chopsticks instead of a knife and fork, so we're getting lots of practise! Sometimes we don't do so well ...

The Cheongdo Bullfighting Festival and Wine Tunnel

A travel blog entry by worldcitizen83 on Apr 16, 2011

9 photos

... what most people think of it to be. Unlike in western bullfights where a human and a bull face off and which can be bloody, it is different in Korea.

In this case, the bulls fight each other and is quite tame by western standards. First, humans lead lead the bulls in on ropes. They then attempt to bring the bulls close together via the ropes by crossing them. The idea is that ...