Benikea Hotel Acacia
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
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... our stay was called Moon-Yum and he showed us our room and gave us our temple gear that we were to wear whilst we stayed here. The temple clothes were like pyjamas, so comfortable, and we had a heated (ondol) floor in our room so it was a rather cosy place. There was an Australian family also staying at the same time so we joined them in making lanterns, prayer beads and practicing some Korean calligraphy!
We wandered around the temple later in the day, there were ...
Az uszodába vezető út ismét a szöuli kertészek gondos munkáját dícséri. Az azáleák elvirágoztak, most árvácska-bársonyvirág-muskátli kompozíciókban és liliommezőben pompázik a város! :-)
The way to my swimmingpool ...
Friday, 18th April 2014 (Good Friday)
Arrived in Beijing for a few hours in transit (including a nap on some reclining chairs) before a 90 minute flight to Seoul.
We took the airport limo bus directly to Namdaemun markets and our hotel (Hotel Shinshin) was across the road. Room wasn't ready for check-in yet so we went for a wander through Namdaemun markets which had cheap goods and then we headed into Shinsegae department store which had an awesome food ...
... floored temple to all things tea. On the ground floor, beautifully-packaged tea and accessories were for sale; green tea was being roasted and brewed and screens showing endless videos of their tea plantation decorated the walls. On the first floor, a cafe served excellent green tea lattes, light lunch items and desserts. The hazelnut latte set with green tea cheesecake was the promotion set on offer that week - in fact, it was this very offer on the outside ...
... cause was. Either way, it was a little bit disconcerting to suddenly see a group of North Korean soldiers literally right at the border when there had been only a single North Korean observer visible for most of the visit.
At any rate, whatever it was wasn't so unsafe that we had to leave the JSA entirely. Our bus still went to the observation post overlooking the Bridge of No Return and the Axe Murder Site. It also had an excellent view of the propaganda ...