The Most Hotel

1032-9 Inkae-dong, Paldal-gu, Suwon, 442-834, Korea Rep. | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Suwon

24...Everything else is just icing on the cake

A travel blog entry by tabburnett


... have been wanting as a personal symbol of my time here and some earrings...these are not only my favorite gifts, but also my first gifts from a boy...lots of firsts happening in Asia. I continued the night in a much better mood; however, I realized this selfish, needy, 23 year old attitude was still lingering and it would be the first attitude to adjust at 24. We went to a Korean dance club, danced on speakers, and enjoyed the new scene. The night was young; however, after ...

Winter in a Different Folk Village

A travel blog entry by eundel


... seemed to pique our interest. I think this is seen as good service in Korea, but it was extremely annoying both because I constantly felt pressured to buy things and because I didn't feel free to discuss what we were looking at with my friend while the clerks were right at our elbows.

Anyway, despite the pushy salespeople and chilly weather, I had a great time. Although there weren't many people walking around in costume, it was easy to get the feeling you were in an ...

Bye Bye Team Hastings-Hough

A travel blog entry by hoffs2ctheworld

... bibimbap to celebrate the ...

Bukchon Neighborhood of Seoul

A travel blog entry by aswartz


... resulted in the dismantling of the palace. Recently, the palace has been reconstructed in its original location based on historical records and geomancy. Upon arriving at the palace gate, visitors can observe the changing of the guard. In my pictures, notice Mt. Bugaksan in the background. Koreans used the principles of feng shui to determine the location of the palace in correspondence to Mt. Bugaksan. Navigating the narrow ...

Korea v. China

A travel blog entry by dashagirl


... on cell phones. In China people scream so the rest of the world can hear them. Not so in Korea.

  • People threw trash in the trash cans, not out the windows, or on the sidewalks, or on the floor - IN THE TRASH CANS

  • Little honking in Korea. In China you couldn’t count the number ...


This hotel, located on 1032-9 Inkae-dong, Paldal-gu, Suwon, is near Hwaseong Fortress and Nami Island.
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