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... struck by the lack of western faces about, so it struck me as interesting that after looping around the country that I now noticed them everywhere.
I visited Garosu-gil in Sinsa-dong (one of the main shopping streets in Gangnam) to see what the big deal was about, and found it somewhat lacking. It's basically the posh end of town, where all the people with money go to shop, or at least, people who want to think they have money shop. Prices ...
- Coffee (Cafe Latte): Aromatic, creamy, not too milky. 8 out of 10
- Cake (Millefeuille): The pastry is crunchy, cream is smooth, very well done. 8 out of 10
- Cake (Lila): Smooth, sweet, creamy. 7 out of 10
- Cake (Hazelnut Espresso Opera): Sweet, chocolate, however not enough coffee taste. 6 out of 10
- Cafe: 7 out of 10, worth coming again
... for themselves. Nobody is aware of anyone else but themselves so one minute you're walking along nicely, looking at the displays, and the next you're walking into the backs of some old women who cut right in front and stopped without warning. And the older women take their shopping very seriously - even I am shocked. This is probably the only place in Korea where we are invisible. Most of the time we get so frustrated trying to work our way through the crowds, but ...
... a fellow Canadian foreigner in Nonsan told us about. We had fajitas, nachos and quesadillas. Who would have thought we would have had the best Mexican food in Korea? After dinner we were really looking forward to seeing one of Seoul's main tourist attractions - N Seoul Tower. The tower is actually not one of the world's tallest towers but what makes it special is that it is located on top of a mountain. To get to it you can either climb the thousand or so steps to the top or you ...
... to see the garden is during the fall when the autumn foliage is
at its peak and the leaves have just started to fall.
Though it has been
treasured by Koreans for centuries, the Changdeokgung Palace was not designated
a World Cultural Heritage by the World Cultural Heritage Committee until
December of 1997, at the committee meeting in Napoli, Italy.
After finishing the walk through the palace and the garden, time to go for a nice, cooling ice ...