Ibis Suwon Ambassador
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Microwave in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Korea and traditional fences completed the design. The 245-acre park follows the feng-shui principals for prime village location, with a river flowing in front and a mountain behind it.
We saw a performance of Farmer's Music and Dance celebrating the harvest season. The costumes were amazing with special hats that had long dancing ribbons attached. The acrobatic dancers could move their heads in ways to make the long ...
My time in Korea is quickly approaching an end...10 days. It's beginning to become just as weird to leave as it was to arrive. Korea and all its customs has been my life the last 365 days. I've adapted to a society that is so discordant to the one in which I was raised which led me down many unforeseen paths. I came here with the mindset to throw away all forms of American elitism, mature as an educator, grow as a traveler, and develop as a woman. I can affirm ...
... of the left being the Buddha of the underworld. We also visited the Brahma Bell Pavilion where the four bells are to call all living things to listen to the monks praying for their salvation. We also saw the Buddha Relic Stupa and the five-hundred year old white pine tree that the temple was built around. After all these stops, our last stop was the Temple museum where the history of the temple and Buddha were on display. ...
... of how to handle the intense amount of bookwork.
I’m convinced that my first graders are pure, uncut, raw evil. If any class is going to break me Ivan Drago style, it will most certainly be them. They’re all girls by the way. Meanwhile my second graders are pretty chill. One of the first things one of them said to me was "Teacher, you look like Shrek." I’m sure some of you will find that amusing. Anyways I also teach a newspaper in ...
... three separate areas in the zone; the Third Tunnel, Dora Observatory, and Dorasan Station. We went to the Third Tunnel first and let me tell you, it was crowded! The South Koreans found a series of tunnels built by the North during the Korean War and now tourists have the opportunity to go down into the Third one that they found in 1978. Around 10,000 soldiers are said to be able to travel through tunnel in one hour. Fortunately, the South found this ...