Prado Hotel

638-1 Baekwoon-Dong, Nam-gu, Gwangju, Korea Rep. | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Gwangju

Hydrogen Energy

A travel blog entry by alister.bland

6

... energy in a chemical state)
PEM can signify either Proton Exchange Membrane or Polymer Electrolyte Membrane. This membrane has a special coating that is the core of the chemical process
2 --- When electricity is required ( ie. to power a car, train, lights, machinery etc) this stored chemical energy is transformed into electricity again - via a PEM Fuel Cell. This fuel cell operates on the same principle as an electrolyser - only the ...

Visit to the DMZ

A travel blog entry by newsbob

14

... most part, our group was not enthralled with the Korean meal. Likewise, the wait staff was not impressed with us, especially when one man wanted soy sauce for his rice. There were rolled eyes and snickers.

For our part, Joyce and I enjoyed the food although I was somewhat confused about the proper etiquette for dealing with all the condiments provided alongside the hot pot. There were lots of little saucers filled with various items and no one to explain it all. ...

Unjusa Temple - Korea's Easter Island

A travel blog entry by londone7

52

... leaning against rock walls. The grounds were also decorated with coloured lanterns for Buddha's birthday.




Behind the tall stone pagodas were some other stone structures. One was like a stone box housing a Buddha figure inside. At the back was a second Buddha figure looking out from another doorway.
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Gwangju May 18 memorial

A travel blog entry by starlagurl

8

Nicole is almost ready to leave, so we took a little trip to Gwangju on the exact wrong day of the year. At least the May 18 memorial was open.

Here is the history from Wikipedia:
The Gwangju Democratization Movement (Hangul: 광주 민주화 운동 (광주 민주화 항쟁) Hanja: ...

Soswaewon Garden

A travel blog entry by worldcitizen83

42

... the Station was a lot closer than I thought. The fare was only 4,600 won ($4).

The final adventure of the day was getting on the bus heading back to Daegu. The bus was scheduled to depart at 2:40. I got my ticket at 2:38. I then had to literally sprint to the complete opposite end of the terminal. I ended up getting on the bus just as the ticket agent was getting off the bus. Never have I made a bus so close ...

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