Benikea Hotel Acacia
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... that I've been here. My colleagues who have been here for a few years are all used to the computers, and the weight, speed and reliability of them. The best advice I've had, is to save my work more often, but that hasn't been my problem. I lose all my tabs, and Internet Explorer isn't able to recover them half the time. After the computers, comes the mobile providers! Given how terrible the mobile telcos are in Australia, I thought that Korea would surely be ...
Our experiences in Seoul have been amazing. The people, shopping, music, temperature, food, festival and culture are all fantastic – we are truly privileged to have been invited here and to play amongst such great ensembles and soloists.
Yesterday (Monday) those who hadn’t had a late night managed to surface for breakfast in the hotel restaurant (basement) consisting of scrambled eggs, fried rice and potato ...
... post-trip) very excited about it.
Prior to leaving we had some business to take care of. Unfortunately there was a delay in the transfer of our housing funds to us, so despite our greatest efforts we could no transfer the money to our apartment owner before leaving. Fortunately, they did let us store our other luggage in the apartment since we had paid the downpayment and first month's rent. Due to all of this running around, we didn't make the first flight ...
... better quality than any hardwood floor I have seen in modern homes. Wish I had just one more day to spend in Seoul and go outside the city. Lively city def , somewhere I would love to come back for longer than a layover :) We took the icheon airport train from Seoul station, which is like penn station to the airport took us 50 mins. And cost us 4500 won each - not bad and we made our flight . FYI there is no delta counter in Seoul , you go directly to Korean air ...
... able to safely cross into North Korean land without fear of never returning. It was odd how tense the atmosphere seemed. Soldiers were standing at the ready, the doors on all sides were locked and our time in the building was timed to the second. Once we left and boarded the bus again, we couldn't help but feel a little more at ease leaving the DMZ. Although we were assured of our safety, you never know.
You know the saying "You don't know what you've got till ...