Regency Tourist Hotel

Address: 47 Gucheon-dong, Paldal-gu , Suwon, Korea Rep. | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 47 Gucheon-dong, Paldal-gu , Suwon, is near Nami Island and Hwaseong Fortress.
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Travel Blogs from Suwon

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A travel blog entry by airmaxman on Oct 10, 2014

... that comes alive when flashed with light, making for a shoe that’s both thematically sound and wildly attractive.
And it also’s just case of weeks away. The oxygen Jordan 6 Slam Dunk release date is tentatively set for November 1. If rumor does work, this is actually the first of several collaborations between Jordan Brand and Slam Dunk.
Among the simpler styles to ...

Universities, Yeoeudio, Fish Market

A travel blog entry by elisehuerta on May 14, 2013

1 comment, 77 photos

... to the hostel around 8PM. I started feeling pretty exhausted and sick to my stomach, and Spencer felt bad too, so we scratched the plan of going out to a karaoke bar in favor of going straight to bed. We've got a super busy day coming up tomorrow with lots of walking, so I'd better get some sleep. Seoul is amazing so far, and easy to love. It is much easier to adapt to than Beijing and I have a feeling that my relationship with the city will not be love/hate, just love/love.

One Final Seoul Search... :(

A travel blog entry by meanderingmand on Feb 12, 2013

23 photos

... crawl into the lower tunnel spaces to the sides. Sam and I went to the back and up the stairs to a slightly higher level. Avoiding the puddles of sweat left by the mezzanine’s previous occupiers, we laid down on our backs and rested our heads on some very firm excuses for pillows. It was absolute bliss! After a while we were risking joining the snorers, so we decided we’d better rouse ourselves and move on!

We very briefly considered going into the ice ...

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

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

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... at the same time). I then set off for Namsan, the mountain at the south end of Seoul. Of course the Austrian in me knew that I couldn’t simply take the cable car up, I had to hike up. It was an easy hike in that there were stairs and paved roads and pathways but it was a bit steep and quite humid out. At the top I was rewarded not only with great views of the city, but also with an unexpected demonstration of Korean warriors cutting bamboo poles to epic ...

A giant hike around history

A travel blog entry by elaqid on Apr 09, 2012

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I then made my way to the bronze statue of King Jeongjo. Quite an impressive monument in addition to the statue itself. I offers a great view of the entire Fortress area, a fitting place for a King surveying his dominion. There was one more hike necessary to complete the tour of the Fortress walls, but it was ALL uphill at a very steep incline. This guy was too tired to make that ...