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

Undersea Tunnel, Changnyangmyo, Yun I-Sang Museum

A travel blog entry by londone7 on Jun 15, 2013

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There was a collection of his instruments, personal artifacts, photos of his performances, and musical manuscripts

There was also a copy of his ID papers and German Passport

Outside I thought I was done but noticed a glass garage with an import car inside. It had ...

Hansando Island & Admiral Lee's Shrine

A travel blog entry by londone7 on Apr 28, 2013

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... some of my Korean.

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Mountain Struggle

A travel blog entry by dragonbeetlebum on May 27, 2012

... murder in a previous blog, but that is it, I only have the two! I’m honestly not a shootingkidiac, hey look at that I just created a phobia. They are also two different types of murderers, the younger one would be bouncing around like the joker shouting ‘bang you’re dead HAHA!’, while the older one would spend four years living in his mother’s basement secretly developing the world’s most toxic gas and then attack after patiently waiting ...

South Korea

A travel blog entry by katiestephan on Mar 18, 2012

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... 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 . ...

Departure for Hong Kong

A travel blog entry by londone7 on Dec 27, 2011

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... to buy train tickets. Eventually I was able to find the right desk.

The octopus card was $150 HKD ($18) but I didnt realize that $50 was a card deposit and cant be used as a fare, so only a $100 balance. Outside were the double decker buses to take me downtown, for cheaper than the airport train.

I was able to get the front ...