Park Hyatt Seoul
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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We're not in Kansas anymore Toto! Yep, we stayed up all night like big dummies and while we walked around like zombies, it was all good and we were out once we hit the plane. I keep forgetting to put something in Rob's mouth when he sleeps...always open. Well, we made it to Seoul and once again, international incident is in play.
... long it took, we were happy to be back. We were not happy however with how hot it was in our apartment (probably close to 35 degrees). We were very happy to have the chance to go back home for a short visit, but now we are looking forward to the second half of our journey. Now is the time to start crossing the "must do" things off our list, before time runs out! Considering how fast these 4 months went by, it will be March 4 before we know ...
... session with Austin while Tab played pool with her friends. I think we finally made it home around 3:00 AM. For my last day in Seoul, we spent several hours at the Jimjibang Korean spa. This was probably my favorite and most enjoyable experience. The US definitely needs a jimjibang. I would go there every week. We only paid about $9 to get in and had access to numerous hot baths, saunas, hot sleeping rooms, game rooms, pools, and food. For a little extra cost, we could ...
... too interesting. Had a quick look
around and then made the very poor decision to have dinner at Burger
King. Urgh! Never again!
9 January 2013 – Day 20 – Seoul
DMZ tour day! Wow. This tour was
amazing! Definitely not as scary as I thought it would be. Initially
when the driver picked us up he was wearing a black suit and driving
a very nice VW. That was kinda strange, but things soon returned to
normal as he dropped us off to join a standard ...
... we are not on the right path. Ok Seoul is huge...ginormous, insanely large and even I knew we weren't right. I kept saying Hongdae to him, and as he would repeat, I would feel confident with his whereabouts. Long story short we weren't going the right way. Chelsea's in the back starving, I'm giggling because now the cab driver has muttered some, from what I'm assuming, was hostile Korean, rolled down the windows, and making it super ...