Benikea Hotel Acacia
Travel Blogs from Seoul
... couple days so I only ate a small piece. Coming from a person who likes their stakes medium-well, it was to my extreme surprise that what ever dressing or flavor that was added made it incredibly tasty. It was slimy and mushy red but tasty (I preferred my cooked dish).
Todays Culture Shock:
- Parking (its alright, do it wherever)
- Heavy traffic? (drive on the sidewalk)
- Want to look cute with you ...
... right. And I found out that Korean is hard-working and busy as well. Cars still fill the road at 2am!!!!
We love the coffee machine there mostly because we don't have that at home. Going to the bathroom, that's the most state-of-the-art sence ever. I saw Google glass which can chage it color. The toilet is nice,too. And I also found a smart scale. It can even measure the muscle weight.
Next day, my sister and I decide to visit ...
... 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 ...
... around the place. There’s a giant bell they ring at 4AM (my alarm clock) and 6PM everyday that are supposed to be for calling all the living beings on whose behalf the people are praying. We also walked around a series of pictures that tell the story of the Buddha’s life and got a play-by-play from our tour guide and Professor Ahn. My favorite part of this is how all the people in these paintings have the same expression no matter what’s happening; like in ...
... shortly after.
I decided to venture out a bit and found myself at the Seoul Station. I was walking around more and observing things as they pass than anything else when I found myself at a Lotte Mart. Again, I find myself surrounded by merchandise and I did not feel like shopping. I ended up eating at a KFC, though. I had the chicken with rice and again found that the chicken was on the spicy side. After finishing my meal, I went back to Hongdae.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking