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... view of the river.
After spending some time at the room and in the lounge (eating and relaxing), we went to see the Bongeunsa shrine next to the hotel and stroll through the huge COEX mall.
We then went to buy some snacks at a 7/11, saw the hotel's amazing pool, gym and spa - and headed to the lounge for some drinks.
Not bad for half a day in Seoul, I'd say. ...
... they only have 3 seats per row which are therefore wider and lean back all the way) and started moving through the Korean landscape with some traditional Arirang music from the speakers the feeling of being somewhere different came back and I started thinking.
I notice again the large military presence. Apache helicopters soaring above my head and little huts along the coast reminded me that this country is currently only in a truce with it's northern neighbour. No ...
... make a short hike up Namsam hill again. Twenty minutes later we saw what we should have seen yesterday... a nice city view with mountains in the background. We stayed up at the lookout for a while before starting our city walk.
The course to the first palace took us through a market area called Namdaemun. It is mostly an open air street market with people selling anything from $200 hikng pants to $1 fried snacks. Nothing really caught our eye ...
Banana Bread is one of my favorite treats. I love baking it as much as eating it. It fills the entire house with a deliciously sweet aroma of cinnamon and banana, and is a great project on a cold wintery day. So I was quite bummed when I moved to Seoul and found out I had no oven, which in turn meant no banana bread....or so I thought.
I have now baked eight loves of banana bread in my rice cooker! I have ...
First off please forgive all spelling and grammar errors. I have this new battery that pushed to ******* the keyboard and mouse causing extra words and deleted sentences to happen frequently. Also I don't reread..
Today is my first day to navigate Korea completely on my own. And do I even need to say it? Another hot day with no change in weather.. It is strange how accustomed I have gotten to the heat and humidity. ...