Ramada Plaza Suwon

Address: 940 Ingye-Dong Paldal-Gu, Suwon, 442-832, Korea Rep. | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 940 Ingye-Dong Paldal-Gu, Suwon, is near Nami Island and Hwaseong Fortress.
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      A travel blog entry by airmaxman on Oct 10, 2014

      The exclusive edition shoe can be a collaboration with Slam Dunk, an ultra popular manga series that follows the exploits of any fictional high school graduation five — a team that regularly laces up Jordans, and whose uniforms resemble that relating to the Chicago Bulls. The manga’s characters and graphics are emblazoned onto the red leather upper in reflective finish, ...

      Universities, Yeoeudio, Fish Market

      A travel blog entry by elisehuerta on May 14, 2013

      1 comment, 77 photos

      ... you can't sit at the dinner table and talk about the fact that what you're eating was a live animal without getting repulsed, then to me that feels too disconnected. So, in a way, I think that this "fish market style" of consuming meat is actually better. You look at the fish. You say, I want to eat that one. You watch the fish get killed and gutted, then you eat it. There is a direct connection to the life of the fish and the meal you consume.

      Anyway, we ...

      One Final Seoul Search... :(

      A travel blog entry by meanderingmand on Feb 12, 2013

      23 photos

      ... just generally hanging and slorming about. Off this room there are various smaller rooms, all heated or cooled to different temperatures, all for different healing purposes. First we headed to a couple of pyramid shaped saunas, choosing to stop in the one heated to 37 degrees for a while. As you walk in, you’re greeted by different levels of snores and faced with rows of Koreans lying down on the hard floor. The majority of them are just in the middle of the room, ...

      The time I went to North Korea... and others

      A travel blog entry by k.bramberger on Sep 29, 2012

      7 photos

      ... If any of you have the chance to do it I highly recommend it, simply for the fact that there really isn’t any other place like it in the world!

      I had a wonderful few days of exploration in Seoul proper as well. My first day of holidays started with Phil picking me up from my hotel and then making our way to his and Kate’s apartment. I spent the morning doing some readings for school (ugh the unfortunate part of still being in school and attempting ...

      A giant hike around history

      A travel blog entry by elaqid on Apr 09, 2012

      23 photos

      ... br>
      Eventually, I ran into a small group of tourist who were walking in the opposite direction. A little later at about the halfway mark, I encountered a group of 50 or so high school students on a field trip. I was greeted by loud "Hello Sir", "High Five" and other English language greetings accompanied by laughs and giggles. They were a fun bunch of kids, and there I was smiling ...