Benikea Hotel Riviera Haeundae
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... so many times it’s difficult to communicate with them fully. I have to speak more slowly and hope they understand what I am trying to say. My aide is usually the one who translates for me or them. Koreans also tend to talk very fast when they communicate, so I totally understand how difficult it can be for them to communicate with me.
I hope everyone has a great Thursday!!
... proves, there's always something else to know.
This weekend I traveled to Busan, and I've made a list of 5 new things I wanted to share from being there.
1. Time is rare and it deserves attention. The time it takes to travel to an attraction can equal or be greater than the amount of time it takes to see the attraction itself. Public transportation requires serious forethought, and sometimes a helping hand is necessary to ...
... to suit a specific need and they range from the traditional to the gimmicky. Just how gimmicky you might ask? Well, here is a list:
Finnish Sauna for health during cold months
Yellow Earth Room to remedy women's diseases and purify the mind through the use of "far-infrared rays"
Roman Room decorated in crisp blue tile reminiscent of transitional Roman baths
Pyramid Room with angled walls like a pyramid to "collect energies"
Body Sound Room which ...
... tray of strawberries for 3,000 wan so took them back to the guesthouse to share.
When I got back the owner introduced herself and shared a coffee with me as I downloaded and labelled photos. I told her how happy I was to find the guesthouse and she said that she had opened it last July and she and her younger brother run it year round. There is only one room on the second floor for six men and twenty beds on the ...
... a real tragedy. The reasoning behind wanting to attend such a bizarre choice of event is because a dead person’s wake starts in the hospital room on the same day of the death! They literally don’t waste any time over in South Korea, there have been countless times that I have walked to work and what was an open sportswear shop in the morning will have been changed into a brand new bakery by the walk back. Not that I’m comparing Great Uncle ...