Marriott Executive Apartments - Yeouido Park Centre
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... up again. Plus, with all of the moving around I had been doing, an hour of relaxation sounded perfect.
The subway to Seoul takes about an hour form my metro, and isn’t so relaxing when you are hot, wear a tank top, then get looked up and down, and down and up, judged terribly and obviously by the elder female Korean population (it is very offensive to show your shoulders... it was also very hot... quite the conundrum). Anyway, once my 5₩ yoga mat from ...
... of us have seen. The main theatre is flanked by two concert chambers and both nights there have been three simultaneous concerts in action.
We quickly discovered that this was a special acoustic and that the band would sound great here. Part of our performance was to accompany a local 17-year-old trombonist who played two movements of Ferdinand David’s, ‘Concertina’. She was understandably nervous but slowly ...
... t have high hopes for it, but I figure it’s worth trying!
This evening I went out into the Hongik University area where I am staying and tried one of the local restaurants. There was no English anywhere and also no pictures of the food. I pointed to one of the other patron's meals, and they soon brought me more of the same. I had no idea what I was eating, but i suspect it was a beef soup with shrimp, chilli and peanut pastes that i could ...
... well as a pair of sunglasses (which was a Christmas gift from Kelsey). We took advantage of the indoor mini-malls to escape the cold. This whole winter we were feeling lucky to be out of Canada and escaping the "Polar Vortex". That is, until this day when temperatures dropped to -10 plus high speed winds enough to chill you to the core. We took relief by ducking into some of the indoor vendors every now and then. And it was a good thing we did, because we managed to find a whole new ...
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