Mate Hotel Seoul
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMate Hotel Seoul
located 45 minutes by train from the heart of the city. Room are cozy, facilities are incredibly good with a bath tub and a sauna. Staff are very accommodating. Foods are not that good.
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... one line (not even sure if I read it correctly) in the time he read both pages. So, I'm pretty dismal at the moment. I bought a Korean/English book yesterday, where the left side is in English, and right side is in Korean so I'll have a crack at reading the Korean version when I have time.
Lunch was an on-campus burger joint, where I had a cheeseburger with chips and coke, so nothing interesting like fuzzy seaweed or whatnot. Although they're really keen on the ...
The concert finished later than expected. This coupled with heavy traffic (11:30pm – go figure!) resulted in late hotel return. Many of us were very thirsty and without a gig today you can imagine what transpired. The Musical Director amongst many others were still enjoying the local offerings as late as 5:00am – some sore heads this morning.
Today was a proper day off. No official commitments and the ...
... covered in locks. Upon looking up we could see the fence and tons of people writing messages and taking pictures. We looked around in the gift shop for something we liked but decided everything was rather generic. (We did find some great cat stickers that we bought for my scrapbook though.) Rick had gotten me a mini garuda airplane keychain which I still had in my purse and we decided on just writing our names on it. They have a big picture frame set up for people ...
... we go to the one that's already full, so we had to drag our luggage to the other storage on the other side. Finally luggage free we find our way outside waiting for airport bus (another reason not to carry luggage) to take us to myen dong where our hotel is. Of purse the last bus left 10 mins ago for the night. With all the signs in Korean, and unable to pronounce any of the names right, we ask a couple of KOrean air officials . They point us to a bus that will take us to the ...
It's ironic, in an Alanis Morrissettean way, that the two-plus-two kilometre wide landstrip along the border between North and South Korea is called the DeMilitarized Zone. No border on earth is more jam-packed with soldiers, barbed wire, watchtowers and landmines. An estimated half million men marches the north side, and roughly 150.000 on the south. Had China had that kind of man and firepower back when the Mongolians were a threat, there'd be no need for any great walls. And thus, ...