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Travel Blogs from Incheon
... nervous as I entered the Incheon Airport arrivals hall on April 25.
2 friendly staffers ...
... temple in the country - an asian country, whose population is mostly protestant christian! We then went to see the huge comples of Gyeongbok Palace, where the kings of Korea used to live, and to Insandong Street with its tea-houses and craft ...
... I stumbled back to my hotel, retrieved my purse, and returned to pay. I was welcomed with a smile and paid the 43,000 won for a fantastic meal. I then had to top it off by having an icecream at Lotteria. At 10pm it was still 29 degrees and with the humidity, it felt like 33. :-) Sunday August 4th I had a lovely surprise this morning when I checked my email. Wedding photos of my Mum and her new husband Noel! They were married yesterday on August 3rd. Mum only ...
Monday 22nd April
After an extremely comfortable 10.5 hour flight we land at Incheon airport.
Another very busy airport however it was noted by many of our group how quiet it was inside.No mad rushing or bustle whatsoever.
Immediately it was evident just how the South Korean people view these returning Veterans.
Staff could not do more, wheelchairs, trolleys, whether they were required or ...
... restaurant at the top also is famous as a date place. I didn't find out about it until after I've left. I would have dined there, regardless if I was alone. It would have made for a spectacular view of Seoul.
I tried taking pictures of the city from the observation deck, however, the skyline was foggy. There was very little to see through the haze, so I opted to take pictures of the structure instead. After the observatory, I went down to ...
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