Ramada Seoul Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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It was by chance that I met Korean lifeguard and rescue diver Seo Sung Yoon (what a radiant smile, OMG!), who is leading a swimming-diving club, meeting every Saturday at the Olympic Pool in Seoul. The atmosphere is awesome and the 3 hours swimming ...
... was a real treat...it is the back garden of the palace and only open to the Royal Family and guests. The emperor even had his own rice paddy! The posts in the courtyards are where the ministers lined up according to rank on parade days. Bukon Village is a small part of Seoul adjacent to the palaces which has kept some of the traditional housing. Most are now craft workshops, museum or coffee shops! I eat my way around the winding streets trying different tasty ...
... photos, as the gifts they sell are either home made, or created on their own. They are worried that the ideas would be stolen for copying.
The building was designed so that all you need to do is to walk one direction, and you will be spiral up to the top without taking a single stair! You would be mesmerised by all sorts of different souvenirs, and in no time, you found yourself already on the top floor of the building. My suggestion is to stroll up to the ...
... of his pavilions in a palanquin to read his books.
Most of these buildings are not in use, but you would expect the Bukchon area, where most of the traditional 'hanok' houses are clustered together, to be a lively hood. Yes, some streets are filled with tourists, mainly Koreans and Chinese, especially where there is a marker in the pavement saying "Photo Spot". They come in droves and ...
... a fellow Canadian foreigner in Nonsan told us about. We had fajitas, nachos and quesadillas. Who would have thought we would have had the best Mexican food in Korea? After dinner we were really looking forward to seeing one of Seoul's main tourist attractions - N Seoul Tower. The tower is actually not one of the world's tallest towers but what makes it special is that it is located on top of a mountain. To get to it you can either climb the thousand or so steps to the top or you ...