ibis Seoul Ambassador Hotel
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Hungyhungyhippo stayed here on Nov 16, 2012 during their trip titled: One more time.
It was winter then, I was shocked as I stepped out of Incheon Int'l Airport. I shivered, I'm not used to temperature under zero degrees...I was freezing. Then I learned to eat kimchi by heart, and that makes the rest of my week-long stay in Seoul warm and worth remembering... of course with three of my great, cool companions!
... since European settlement because of the effects of removal of people from traditional lands and the impact of cities and towns on populations.
Australia was a largely unspoilt country where people respected the environment around them and made sure animals and plants were never over hunted or collected. People only took enough to feed the number of people there at the time and nothing was wasted. This ensured there would be food next time ...
... from the station. All the bus information was in Korean. I decided to walk, following the map in my Lonely Planet.
I got lost. It wasn't my fault. The street network in the Lonely Planet map was plotted accurately enough. But the wrong street names were labelled on the wrong streets. It was only after walking two kilometres the wrong way that I passed a neighbourhood centre with a map outside and saw my error. Aaaaargh! I couldn't live without my ...
... Historic sights continue in their Trigger's broom style; all the original buildings, only rebuilt twice! As I left the palace I was just in time to see the changing of the guard ceremony and attendant crowd. There wasn't a guard when I'd gone in, so at some point there had been an adding of the guard ceremony that I'd missed, mind. I wandered up to Gyeongbokgung Palace, and waited for an age to cross the multi-laned roads which surround it. The palace ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility