Benikea Hotel Acacia
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
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... I was planning on going to Outback Steakhouse. Korean food has been delicious and amazing, but for some reason I'm always too full to finish my plate, but then later I feel under nourished. My plan was to surf and turf my way out of the problem. Luckily, I left my dignity intact and saw a place called "Lobster Bar" on the second story overlooking the Main Street in Itaewon (I'm guessing Itaewon-ro?). BEST DECISION EVER. First of all, the staff spoke perfect English, ...
... li>Students were competent at being able to do this individually with little scaffolding. However, none of these scenarios added up because:
-This was the first lesson on the topic about Dokta Island.
-The whole lesson was basic knowledge and facts/statistics.
-There was no time spent explaining to students at the end how to write a persuasive response.
They were simply just given the homework on a sheet of paper with ...
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... I met a nice Englishman who works in japan. I got chatting to him for a bit until these three girls approached us. They were going something for university and needed two tourists to participate in a three legged race with them. We decided to give it ago. One of the girls filmed us and the other two were our partners. It was a bit of fun apart from that I lost. It was my partners fault. After losing I walked to Myeong-Dong area to do some shopping. I wasn't ...
... copper, somewhat cloudy, sediment at the bottom of the bottle like Coopers, heavy on the malt but light on the hops, a satisfying 5.5% alcohol by volume. It was your typical British red ale. This isn't surprising - Kim Jong-il bought the plant from a disused English brewery lock, stock and barrel, and reassembled it in Pyongyang. Considering just how putrid South Korean beer is - vile, gassy, beer-flavoured soda water - I was pleasantly surprised to find something the ...