Seoul Royal Hotel
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- Free airport shuttle
- Multilingual staff
- Banquet room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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This adventure starts in Korea. Although, it's been relatively leisurely so far by my travel standards. It was a forced 19 hour overnight layover due to connecting flight times but and the airline and hotel took care of everything including meal vouchers so there would be no need to spend a cent before getting back on the plane. A nice Korean lady …
... for 500 years of the Joseon Dynasty. Gyeongbokgung literally means “wish for your blessing and prosperity” a word that resonates deep with me.
Bukchon Hanok Village. I got back in time to check-out from Sophia Guesthouse, had my luggae sorted and stored before Minji showed up. We have only two hours together, as she had to go to a swing dance class. “If you were staying longer, I could have brought you with me.” ...
... following day, we started pretty early for a Sunday, meeting at Jamsil station at 9:30. Why?
To celebrate Michael's 22nd birthday at Lotte World of course! Lotte World is a theme park to the east in Seoul. It is half indoors, and half outdoors, so there was somewhere to defrost after near-death exposure ourside. The ride/attractions we went on included: a giant loop-de-loop, the awesome adventure of "Sindbad" boat ride which had super random, but ...
... bought another LV bag for Jolene, another (Surprise) for one of the Aunties, as well as something for that aunties soon to be new daughter or son. Hint hint!!!! (Matching milo) Got a few other things, but it was hot out today and felt very exhausted. We got home, ate our egg whites, talked with Olga. I found out I booked another job- fashion TV catalogue! This will be on Wednesday(it's 10pm Monday right now). So I have jobs wed,thurs,fri this week. Busy ...
... every international clinic in Seoul. I did not get so much as a morsel of a reply from any of them. Nevertheless, I got the teaching job at Harriet's progressive kindergarten so I could, at least, keep my skills up to date there. The school provided us with accommodation five minutes walking distance from Harriet's house, which was a delightful bonus. We had the joy of seeing so much of Harriet that she became part of our couple, joining us for ...