Hotel Riviera Seoul
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We met in AKIC at around 7 pm to assemble and have dinner before our departure from Manila. We were all excited to go to south Korea because of the great scenery and the weather. Because of the fact that it is so hot here in Manila, it would be fun to put on winter clothes in a cold country to get away from the summer heat in the Philippines.
... The game plan after was to sleep over at a
local Jimjilbang, or Korean spa. Entry
fee into one of these 24 hour spas included access to the bathhouse facilities,
saunas and if you desired, a sleeping area.
After winding down in the hot tub, we went to the sleeping area to get
some shut eye. The drill was to find
your own mat and pillow, which we did, and then to pick any open area to lay
down. We found ...
... at an open bar in the markets, yum nearly converted to a beer drinker now.
Then we had a Korean bbq dinner and tried to get to another night market on the other side of town. Unfortunately the language barrier found us being unable to board a bus because we didn't know how much or where to pay. We didn't give up and started to walk there, finding ourselves in a massive ...
... because homes are generally small in Seoul and surrounded by concrete landscape, families and couples engage in many activities up until late at night in Seoul. Places are popular in Seoul because either families like to spend time there, couples do, or both. Some private interactions are put onto a public location since private locations are either inconvenient or small; this is something that speaks for a lot of big cities and what causes cities to be deemed to "never sleep." ...
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