Seoul Palace Hotel
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Christmas day is actually kinda boring. We met Michelle & Mom at the airport and eat, what else? DIM SUM!!! Have I mentioned Ryan & I love Dim Sum? After saying our goodbyes, we head to the gate and wait. Hong Kong is fogged in. After a bit of a delay we get on the plane and find we've been bumped to business class. Sweet! Especially …
... alors j'ai pu pratiquer pendant le tirage. Ma performance en tant que tel n'a pas été superbe. J'avais un réchauffement sur glace de 3 minutes alors que je suis habitué à 5 alors je n'ai pas eu le temps de tout pratiquer (à ma grande surprise j'ai réussie mes deux pirouettes... pour les sauts cest tout une autre histoire!). Je voulais vraiment faire cette compé comme défi personnel et je me suis ramassé à être la seule dans ma catégorie: ça marche avec ...
... got lost a few times but nothing that really screwed us out of money or much time. I am still very 'travel fit' and I am grateful for it.
I noticed many things about Korea as soon as I stepped off the plane. One very noticeable difference between where I am now and Korea was the pollution and smog problem. From the plane, you could actually see things as you flew over them and not just a depressing, gray cloud below you. Korea ...
... was very interesting...men dressed with the appropriate era, acting out the actual routine of what used to the normal routine. The sounds of the gongs, chanting, and marching rhythms really made you capture the way the palace was in its establishment days. From here I was so hungry (of course) and for MEAT! I begged Lip to show me how to order meat, and so we did! We went to a very traditional Korean place for dinner. She ordered the meal and we were presented with a slab of pork (choo ...
... easy to use. The metro system seems to be pretty expansive. Seoul has a transportation card similar to Shanghai that seems to work on all forms of public transit, which is rather convenient. Thus far I have wandered around Itaewon and had an overpriced but delicious lunch, took a stroll through the Noryangjin fish market, and gazed at some art in Insa-dong. ...
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