Hotel Concorde Gyeongju
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... all wanted to try. When the food came out I couldn’t believe it – there were probably 20 little dishes of food with various pickled and fresh vegetables and meats (including beef,
whitebait, octopus, smoked duck and picked herring). We ate like nobility and in the end there was a lot of food left over, which after living at the temple for a few days and following their "do not waste" food policy, ...
... also goes for including him in her weekly English diary entries. She can be opinionated and a little brash with her answers, but it's undeniable how intelligent of a child she is.
Erin is still obsessed with Disney's Frozen movie, long after it's original premiere date, and she sings during class time more than she actually speaks. She'll only do workbook exercises as long as Hillary is around, and if Hillary leaves ...
... tends to be a dynasty's duty to assume control, destroy what was, and build what shall be. Now the interesting thing about Gyeongju's history is that this cycle doesn't hold true here. Look at a number of artifacts within the National Museum and you can see it with your own eyes. No history book needed. Infrastructure like royal architecture was built upon, not torn down and recreated. Rules and regulations weren't abolished, but reformed ...
... much of society places shame on making mistakes. People learn to fear misplaced steps, and they shy away from activities when security isn't around to guarantee an outcome. The guarantee we still have, even while traveling, is that as long as you take chances, make changes, and try, something will happen. The rest is left to hoping what will happen is a good thing. And I like hoping.
The third and final survival tip I can offer is one of independence. After ...
... main path there was another turning point that I had chosen to ignore on the way up so as not to wander off too much. This was to a set of two triplet carvings of Buddhas.
These were again a short detour off the main trail but quite interesting. A long rock surface had two sets of three Buddha's carved into the ...
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Terrible old hotel, not updated since the 70's
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