Toyoko Inn Busan No.1

Address: 12, Jungang-daero 196beon-gil, Dong-gu, Busan, 601-839, Korea Rep. | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 12, Jungang-daero 196beon-gil, Dong-gu, Busan, is near Demilitarized Zone, Busan Aquarium, and Camp Bonifas.
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    The Oldest English Speaking Guide In Busan, Korea

    A travel blog entry by curioso on Mar 28, 2014

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    ... we have visited on this cruise. The first thing we saw when we looked out the window in the morning was a large electronic sign welcoming the MS Volendam. The display rotated through several messages containing helpful information for tourists. When the ship was getting ready to leave, they had entertainment on a stage set up next to the ship consisting of a fine singer in the style of Adele, an excellent sax player, and several dancers and drummers who ...

    Busan Fireworks Festival

    A travel blog entry by julietellsall on Oct 26, 2013

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    ... not?

    We spent the majority of the rest of the evening lounging on the beach, talking, and playing with three dollar toys that flew in the air and had LEDs. We made our way to a pub for some warmth, and finished the night with a late late dinner of chamchi jjigae. Yum.

    The next morning... err... afternoon, we awoke (more than an hour after checkout) and stirred ourselves into human beings. We checked out (and they didn't even charge us a fee for ...

    Weekend Getaway: Busan Day Two

    A travel blog entry by kelseyandmike on May 19, 2013

    4 comments, 16 photos

    ... foods from home we have been missing, like spices, pasta sauces, honey and curry pastes. There was a large wine cellar selling wines from all over the world, a fine tea store selling loose leaf and bag teas from Korea, China and Japan. The most intriguing of all however was a store that specialized in selling water. I didn't realize there were s many different kinds of water...iceberg water, desalinated water, deep sea water, carbonated ...

    Time to visit our fallen Countrymen

    A travel blog entry by robbiemoffat on Apr 26, 2013

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    ... know it by its former name, is South Korea's 2nd largest city and was actually the Capital City for a short period of time when Seoul had been taken by the advancing North Korean & Chinese army.
    Today it is a very busy port city with miles of containers for the ships and supertankers and cranes for loading them lining the dockside.
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    Arrival Home and Reflections on Mindanao

    A travel blog entry by londone7 on Jan 31, 2013

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    ... is an interesting island with a distinct character separate from the rest of the Philippines. It suffers from a perception problem due to years of political turmoil and separatist movements but I didnt witness or encounter any problems of any kind.

    There are armed guards everywhere and many military road blocks to pass thru but everything seemed peaceful. I wasnt aware of any tensions ...