InterContinental Seoul COEX
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... and all that nonsense. We did some shopping... Then made our way to Gyeongbokgung Palace. It was crowded with tourist groups who enjoyed swarming us models to take photos with them. In the 30 degree heat, we only survived walking around for about an hour. Later we found a Korean restaurant. Shipped Luca back to itaewon, and Caylee is now at our apartment staying the night since were all going to the zoo tomorrow! Enjoy the photos. Hehe. PS--- COUNTDOWN 6 ...
... studied in the same coffee shop almost every day. I went running along the river. I came home at night and had dinner, or went out to a coffee shop with Hyejong. I met with a conversation partner every Sunday. I watched Korean TV shows in bed. I stayed out all night with Korean friends. The hour and a half commute to school became a habit; I could sleep on the bus and wake up and know where I was still. I hardly spent any time with foreigners and my Korean ...
... enjoyed the bike path so much that I overshot the village and then came to an outdoor fitness centre where I was adopted by an elderly Korean cyclist. He spoke not a word of English but obviously stopped to see if he could help. When I asked him if Cheonghak-ri was ahead he indicated to the side and back the way I had come. So I gave him one of ...
... you will 47. Never write a students name in red, motion them to come here palm up, or put your thumb between first two fingers..these are all very bad! 48. Maroon 5 and Jason Mraz are a hit and will be heard non stop (and Psy duh) 49. Korea is very safe, never be scared. Like I said there are no guns, drugs, and rarely any violence.. They are as a whole very trust worthy, caring people..I call it a fantasy land 50. Enjoy your trip/ stay! Eat everything unfamiliar, speak to ...
... cleanliness), we spent a good hour or more in a disorganized jumble of ATM and bus confusion. We were fortunate to have Sue Lynn, Michael's friend and former colleague, host us in her beautiful home for the week. Our bus took us as far as the Hyatt hotel to call Sue Lynn so she could give the hotel directions to her home that the hotel personnel could communicate to the taxi driver. As we came to learn, during the Japanese rule, the street ...