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 …
... to see what kind of English selection they had. There were tons but I decided against buying any cos it adds too much weight to my luggage which is heavy enough! After that I basically wandered round Myungdong, the area where I've been staying cos there's so much going on here. Hundreds of people and shops, my kinda place! Dinner was yummy vegetable bibimbap, I'm gonna miss Korean food, it's so good! Packing and bed for me now, onto the next place ...
... went one better by letting me have a kip in one of the beds and shower. So by evening time when I woke, I felt like I could take on the world.
Evening time hit and I didn't want a repeat airport performance of Taiwan, so I headed off early enough in anticipation of the time Cebu Pacifc in efficiently take. All went smoothly and I now write this blog to you from the plane. Met a ...
... to the Victoria parking garage (the monorail was not in service for some reason) we loaded up his van and made it home without further incident.
Tina, our lovely house-sitter, had been cleaning the house all morning and was just finishing up. She had stocked the fridge for us and laid out an array of hors d'oeuvres. She was already packed, and after a little while, headed back home. The place looked great - we knew it was in good hands.
... I told you), who want to symbolize their everlasting love. There's thousands of them! There's a deck with every fence filled with padlocks. It doesn't stop there. There are tree-like structures filled with padlocks, as well. It was where I realized that Seoul is a city for lovers. I will get to prove this later on as I get to observe couples in other places in Seoul. Coffee shops, the subway, on the sidewalks, almost everywhere, really. It was a ...
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking