Olympic Hotel Changwon

Address: 97-1 Jungang-dong, Changwon, Korea Rep. | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Changwon

Yonghwasa & Seogwangsa Temples

A travel blog entry by londone7 on Jun 15, 2013

40 photos

... br> The hiking trail had shown another temple 400m away if I was to hike further into the mountain. I hadnt planned on coming or hiking and didnt want to veer too far away from the city and the sights I had planned on seeing.

After leaving the mountain and walking back downhill back into town I made it back to where the bus had originally dropped me off ...

Tongdosa Temple

A travel blog entry by worldcitizen83 on Jul 21, 2012

46 photos

... in Korea and in my personal opinion, this one caters very well to tourists. Almost every major building and monument of note has an explanatory sign in Korean, English, and Chinese to tell the visitor what building it is, it's history, and what it is used for. Admittedly, unless you have a prior background knowledge of Buddhism and Buddhist art and mythology, some of the explanations will probably go over your head but ...

Gimhae Gaya Festival and Bullfighting

A travel blog entry by londone7 on Apr 07, 2012

1 comment, 57 photos

... was the Gimhae Gaya festival. The Gaya kingdom was in the southeast of the country between Busan to Daegu, until it was eventually swallowed by the Shilla Kingdom of Gyeongju several centuries ago. There is still a strong historical legacy in the town which you can visit, and which ...

In the Land of BJ, Hawkeye and Radar – Busan

A travel blog entry by masonke on Mar 28, 2012

3 comments, 50 photos

... They even have an observation level on the roof that is well landscaped as a “living roof” with bamboo and grasses. We took a series of photos and enjoyed the moment up there. At this point, Jan and I bailed a half hour early on the group to head back to the ship. We found our way back to the shuttle bus line and came across Nilo waiting for the bus as well. After 40 min we finally got on a ...

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 . ...