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... largest bridge in the world, twenty one kilometers long. Overall, I could have lived without seeing two more temples, but I really thought it was nice that I was given the free opportunity to make the most of a layover and that I was able to get outside and stretch my legs before my next ten hour flight.
This was such a trip, you cannot pick the right words to describe it. It was very long and I saw so much. I had three ...
... to be grateful for – less cleaning. After telling me she’d pick me up on Monday morning to take me to work, my helper left for Chuncheon (where she lives).
It was now Friday afternoon, and I was alone in a town ...
... I think we have been spoilt with airlines that have a lot of movies on-demand. Asiana Flights have only a limited selection on constant loop. Oblivion was ok the first time through. Bit tedious after the third.
Meals were also strange Anne decided not to go for the western chicken meal and went with a Korean dish Bibimbap. Seemed like a lot of trouble mixing the various parts together. Hot Soup as well, on a plane. I had the ...
... no problems or delays. This left us time to grab something to eat and enjoy the fabulousness that is the Incheon airport. As soon as we passed through security we saw down the three hallways several stores ranging from the typical duty free to high end luxury brands like Hermes and Chanel. But the best was upstairs. It looked like the upstairs part held only the first class lounge but what we saw was extremely exciting. It wasn't just a lounge for first class ticket ...
... family members. The garden
had formerly been called ‘Bukwon’ and ‘Geumwon,’ but was renamed ‘Biwon’ after
King Kojong came into power. The garden was kept as natural as possible and was
touched by human hands only when absolutely necessary. Buyongjeong, Buyongji,
Juhabru, Eosumun, Yeonghwadang, Bullomun, Aeryeonjeong, and Yeongyeongdang are
some of the many pavilions and fountains that occupy the garden. The most