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

Dongpirang Wall Painting Village

A travel blog entry by londone7 on Apr 28, 2013

44 photos

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It seems to be a very popular new addition to the city along with its historical heritage of the victorious battle of Admiral Lee. There is ...

Mountain Struggle

A travel blog entry by dragonbeetlebum on May 27, 2012

... time to be right. So anyway…..while the others quietly got on with their essay, I gave him an unscramble the word exercise instead with the sentence reading ‘fukc yuo! Yuo cokcy littel asrehoel’. Obviously this didn’t happen, could you imagine? On a side note my unscramble the word exercise is great fun with the dyslexic kids. In reality I just made him write an essay on the value of life, I’m extremely intrigued to see which way that paper ...

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 . ...

A Ginger Weekend

A travel blog entry by aborder on Nov 18, 2011

3 comments, 17 photos

... MMM! I'm definitely looking forward to a roast when I return to the UK.

The beach of Haeundae was cool and Andrew knew a tasty Panini place. Before we knew it, the day was over. We headed to the train station and I said farewell. I'm sure we'll be meeting up again sometime soon, just unsure which country it'll be next time. It was a great weekend, great to be around company I know and great to talk **** for a ...

If You Like Pina Coladas...

A travel blog entry by vicaroo on Jul 08, 2011


... br> If you like slipping on wet school floors,
If you like slipping on saturated subway steps,
If you like umbrellas,
If you like discarded wind-ravaged umbrellas,
If you like high-heeled wellies,
If you like that feeling of stepping into the bathroom after someone else has just had a shower,

Then you'll love Korea in rainy season!