Hotel Queen Incheon Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Families purchased bouquets of flowers and placed their hopes and wishes in the flowers. The bouquets, arranged by colors, enhanced the area. Our favorites were the umbrellas and the trees. The topiary designs were very creative. We tasted the sweet buns being offered by the women.
Next we visited the Gwangjang local shopping area and sampled some of the delights and purchased some gifts. It was a long but fantastic ...
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... China for about six years, so I can practice Chinese and Korean with her. The bad thing is that the communication that actually happens is through a crazy mixture of all three languages, which is bad practice all around. I'm thinking of asking her if we can establish a schedule, like Monday: Chinese, Tuesday: English, Wednesday: mostly Korean with some English, etc. Like I mentioned when I was in China, though, it's very awkward to communicate with someone in a foreign language ...
... in Seoul. They were very foreign friendly, gave me full instructions, and assured us of each step....here's the layout of our full experience:
Check in with electronic bracelets and keys to our lockers...these allowed for us to make charges throughout the entire spa
The entire price for the whole day was W 10000 which is about $9
We were given courtesy outfits and towels for roaming in public areas
We arrived in the public bath area and although ...
... that there are people in North- and South Korea who are family of each other, and are not allowed to see and call each other or even sent each other a letter. Our great tour guide (Quote: “my name is Kim, you can call me Kim!”) told us that officially North and South Korea are still at war.
29-08-2012 Jeju island
All the Korean people we met, before we arrived in Korea had told us, that we could skip everything in the country, but that we ...