Lotte Hotel Seoul
Travel Blogs from Seoul
... dance and everyone knew all the moves...it was the weirdest thing I've ever seen! Once we were all settled into our hostel we went out for our first Pad Thai from Thailand...yum! We asked for a breakdown of the bill after we paid since it seemed a little bit more than we expected. She happily agreed and wrote one up, all it said was 'food' followed by the total...ooooooo awesome...well next time we'll ask for the bill first! ...
... country as an expat, I said the pledge without feelings, thanked our soldiers without sincerest compassion, supported American leagues and organizations, and lived my life as an American by association (of birth haha). This was all until I moved to a country that is served and protected by Americans, came into contact with many soldiers training for combat, and was stripped of all American causalities that made me feel normal. As ...
... you can see into this No Man's Land when looking north. If you turn around, you find an amusement park, which to me is such an In Your Face to the Jung men.
Since the early 70s, four tunnels have been found crossing under the DMZ, and it's believed that there are many more. These incursion tunnels where clearly dug by the North, yet they deny it or say they were simply digging for coal, something that is not even found in the area. So ...
... me best know that walking is my passion, so being able to explore new places while walking is great.
All that walking drove me to find another traditional Korean meal for lunch (see "Korean Food" entry that will be published later. Needless to say, it was VERY good and a bit of an experience!
Day #3 was forecast to be clear.....suppose that means no ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility