Novotel Ambassador Doksan, Seoul
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... to the cafe, while the more daring of us went up the Gyro Drop, a free fall ride from 70m up. I totally chickened out of that one.
After lunch, some people went into a 3D horror world, but I gave that a skip (under recommendation of eatyourkimchi.com) and went to play a sideshow of dart throwing (won a booby prize) and bought a sausage on a stick. Everyone then met up and went to join the hour long line for the Atlantis Adventure roller coaster. It was ...
... a telephone box but it was actually a little tiny booth with books inside that you could help yourself to and sit in the park and read. Nifty. I don't know that I would actually want to stay outside for too long though as the smog was ridiculous. There was also that funky smell of Asia in the air and it was pretty hot and humid.
Oh well only another 11 and a half hour plane flight to go. ...
Well we did not anticipate the of shock arriving to 30 degree temps in Seoul! Neither of us have warm clothes needed, so we've spent our time here learning the city mostly indoors and on the subway:-). The cold weather has also helped us mentally start the transition back home to the US. Seoul is a beautiful city surrounded by mountains. It's clean and cosmopolitan. The taxi driver from the airport went 150kmh to our hotel at 7 am and scared the **** out of us! The Korean people are ...
... t lugging our checked bags. It's pitch bLack out and freezing. We both have toms on and wrap our scarves around our head to stay warm. We spot the KAL building,but it's after hours and we don't see any shuttles in sight. Julie spots a little man in a nice suit who runs up and says "Westin?" Praise baby Jesus, yes! He hurries us along, obvi there is no shuttle, this man on foot is picking us up, and we follow him down in the underground shopping mall, dodging locals ...
... me to the express bus terminal to show me how to get the bus to Sokcho. Then.... Shopping!!!!!! So cheap, everything I bought was $5 or $10 Hair clips for $1 Headed back at about 7:45 or 8, train, Beef soup for dinner. Home. Sat around for ages. Finally slept at like 1 or 1:30. Did not sleep very ...