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Travel Blogs from Seoul
After a good night's sleep I had breakfast and planned my day which was gonna be jam packed as there's so much to see as always! My hotel is right near the subway so I made my way down there to give it a go and I'm happy to say it was really easy and well explained. All the signs are in English as well as Korean and the system was similar to Japan but cheaper which was a bonus. I really miss Japan but not the prices so much! My first stop was Changdeokgung Palace. ...
... ló botanikus kert. A királyi család utolsó tagja 1989-ig élt a palotában.
A tűző napon véget ért séta után pedig jöjjön egy kis hűsítő fagyis jégkása minden jóval megrakva!
Changdeokgung Palace (창덕궁과 후원) was the second royal villa built following the construction
of Gyeongbukgung Palace in 1405. It was the principal palace for many of the
Joseon kings and is the ...
... the river.
The river area was very busy with a number of Koreans out enjoying a Saturday afternoon. We were quite amused at the number who set up little two-man tents, which provide shade for those resting, or which can be zipped up to hold belongings while owners ride bikes or use the paddle boats on the river.
The cruise was very pleasant and we took a few pictures as we passed by the various buildings. It was ...
... especially after having spent time in the chaos of Bangkok. But Seoul was clean, orderly and not crowded. Traffic obeyed road rules, Koreans were friendly and polite, and even the plethora of markets were almost non-Asian! No chaos to be seen anywhere!!
We mastered the intricacies of the Seoul train network - thanks to our friend Di Sinden for her briefing, and ended up travelling quite a bit on the ...
... then realized Janell had to leave for her flight at 1....lucky for her she had a long flight, so the " never go to bed" plan worked in her favor. It was a great way to end her Korean experience and I'm so glad everything worked out the way it did.
In closing, I'm so thankful to have had such a good friend fly across the world to spend a week with me. I got to hug a familiar friend, have a sense of home feeling, show off this beautiful city, share the culture in which ...