Park Hyatt Seoul
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... penny dropped a few seconds later.
This flight was on a Boeing 777, very modern with huge seats and lay flat beds.
Great food and drink, wonderful service and the time "flew" by...
A brief (35 mins) stop over and we were underway again. The flight from Seoul to SF is about 10 hours, so after dinner and a movie, we were out for the count. Bradley awoke about 2 hours out of SF.
... feeling uncomfortable, which I should probably let go since it’s not really improving anything. In Beijing I didn’t feel so out of place because I was focusing so ******* things like extracting oxygen from toxic air and not ******* on my feet, but here it’s simple enough that there’s energy to think about these things). Anyway, there’s almost constant prayer/chanting here and I don’t understand what it is or why they’re doing it. I ...
All my weeks, years, days, and months of excitement were going to come to an end as I could finally board my flight today to Uzbekistan. After so many problems trying to get the visa I doubted if this was even going to happen.
My flight was 5pm from Seoul Incheon airport which gave me plenty of time to make my ...
... the most, Taco Bell! While in Seoul, I ate Taco Bell, Papa John’s, Burger King, Dunking Donuts, and Quiznos. I also saw Outback Steakhouse, TGI Fridays, and Pita Pit! The Whopper set me up for the rest of the day and I was in high spirits. After, we walked to Cheonggyechoen Stream, a famous stream that runs through the middle of the city. This stream has 22 bridges, nine fountains and many relics from the Joseon Dynasty. It was ...
... is that we had already booked our tickets out of Mongolia and into Seoul for a few days prior to the announcement, and secondly, if we boycotted every country that was doing something distasteful, our travel options would be severely limited.
As a much needed compromise, we had planned on returning to Korea in September to travel the peninsula and DH was pushing to skip that chapter and just explore Seoul and area now since we're booked in anyway. The gods ...