Savoy Hotel Seoul
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... improve and refine all my strokes and my favourite style is butterfly - the Shaw way to fly! The more my own technique is improving, the more I'm flabbergasted at the swimming education in my pool... Who knows, maybe one day I can become a Shaw Method swimming teacher too and I can teach many-many people the right way of swimming, preventing injuries and bringing lots of joy! :-)
... markings. The 3km walk from the subway station is admittedly via a very scenic and pleasant pine tree adourned road, but is all uphill so the 5 minute bus is possibly a better option.
A few little things about Koreans themselves. They have their rules. For example today I asked to try on a t shirt and was met with the brutal response, "No try on". I see. Similarly on checking into my hostel in Busan I was told inside three minutes that, "You can't check in ...
... the protests above ground. We gladly follow, thankful his Westin name tag is in clear sight and after about another 10 min walk, we end up at the hotel. It's stunning and best of all, the heat is cranking! We check in, shower and put on our same clothes. The toilets are ridic, all heated and 20 or so bidet settings! It's about 7p so we ask concierge for a authentic Korean BBQ restaurant nearby. An amazing place called, agarigasu or something was right across ...
... in and shut the whole thing down.
So, on a warm fall day, we headed to Seoul to catch a tour bus heading North. We had to register about a week prior so they could check our information for security purposes. We had to submit photo identification, passport numbers and adhere to a strict dress code. Torn or faded jeans were not permitted, skirts had to be knee length or longer, T-shirts without collars were not permitted, shoes had to be closed toe with ...
... the office. Also, the office has a small area for taking photos with traditional korean costumes (i.e. hanbok).
The village is a maze and even with the map we got lost a few times. It has plenty of shops, cafes (yes, Seoul is dotted with 3 or 4-storey high cafes and most of them has free wifi.) and residences (traditional hanoks are not only attractions but locals' residences). Had coffee and cake at Kona Queens ...