Seaworld Tourist Hotel

877-10 Eulwang-dong Jung-gu, Incheon, 400-420, Korea Rep. | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 877-10 Eulwang-dong Jung-gu, Incheon, is near Haeinsa Temple.
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    Travel Blogs from Incheon

    Incheon stopover

    A travel blog entry by jimwencook on May 29, 2014

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    We left Peta at Gothenburg airport a couple of days ago. Not as many tears as we had been planning, but enough to go around, thank you. We flew to Paris via Copenhagen and stayed again at the Ibis Airport Hotel. Stay there if you want an idea of what it's like to stay in a shoebox, albeit with a very comfortable bed.
    Because we weren't flying out until 9pm the next day, we stashed our bags at the hotel and had another day in Paris.
    Now look people...we ...

    First few weeks in Incheon

    A travel blog entry by rehmtk on Mar 05, 2014

    ... me because every night the first week I was here, I came up with an excuse not to go out. My neighbor and coworker Jordan finally said “you keep tickling me with that tongue…” After being put on blast, I found my way to Liquor Burger on Thursday for trivia night.’ The owner gave me a free shot, and said that if there was anything I needed to give him a call, from travel advice to getting through to a cab driver. Did I mention Aaron ...

    Osaka, Kyoto and Kyushu

    A travel blog entry by gareth_bryn on Aug 07, 2013

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    ... yourself as the season moves from spring to summer. The nights in Kyoto were very quiet but I did meet a cool Brazilian guy called Marconi who was doing a lot of my trip in reverse. We spent a couple of nights mainly sat by the river with a few drinks and on the second night with a few others. Onward to Kyushu, the south westerly prefecture of Japan, and my first experience on the shinkansen. The train was fast, comfortable, spacious and cost a fortune! But I ...

    Time to say goodbye to South Korea

    A travel blog entry by chrismcg on Jun 18, 2013

    ... rush to modernise, but much is being done to reconstruct/recreate villages and temples in the old style to protect SK's historical and cultural heritage.

    It has been interesting learning about the history of South Korea, which has been (and continues to be) traumatic. There have been many invasions by the Japanese over the centuries, with efforts made to destroy the Korean culture and traditions. The ongoing problems with North Korea continues ...

    Slow down and catch up

    A travel blog entry by ageinghippie on Apr 14, 2013

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    ... on two spots where I might access the path. However, one is about 35 kms away and another about 10kms away. Tomorrow I will print off Jan Boonstra’s maps and see if we can find a good route to get to the path.

    After the Tourist Office we headed up to the street and wandered the tourist booths along the road in Insadong and picked up a few fun souvenirs. I especially like my ...