Ramada Hotel and Suites Seoul Namdaemun
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The flight to Nartia was boring -- but that's good. I read, watched "Up!", flipped through a magazine, and even slept for about 30 minutes. We landed over an hour early in Narita.
Which just meant more waiting ... but at least it was waiting where one could walk around, stretch, look at the window at something more interesting than solid …
... which I've already managed to eat twice regardless of the fact it's almost an hour subway ride away ( don't judge me, you would too), but I was absolutely okay with this plan. Feeling good about my lunch embellishments, we headed back to Itaewon which was hosting an International Global Festival. We arrived and the place was crowded. After PSY concert and fireworks festival I decided I was done with anything with the word "festival" following it, but this one was do-able, and I ...
Today marks the first day of a 5-day holiday for Chuseok (or as we foreigners sometimes call it: "Two-Sock"). It's the Korean Thanksgiving and the most important holiday in the Korean calendar. Plans for travelling to Taiwan this weekend fell through, so I am spending the time relaxing and catching up on sights I've been meaning to see. Today, I spent the afternoon hiking. We went to Namhansanseong mountain - the South Han Mountain Fortress. The Fortress Gates ...
... home! It did take me half an hour to work out how to use the lights, I had my card in the holder thing and there was a light switch next to the bathroom door which worked the light in there, but did you think I could find the light switch for the rest of the room?! I found it eventually, there is a little keypad thing next to the bed and the buttons were for the lights, never worked out what button was for which one but I got some light in the room!
... about 35 hours).
had landed in Korea from India the day before I arrived and had
already been measured up for his suit. Their new (literally)
mini-apartment is really nice; their balcony is bigger than either of
their two rooms.
checked on a short package tour to "the wall" for me --
twas my fault (world affairs stupidity), one ...
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