Savoy Hotel Seoul
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... by the way) and headed towards Hongik University where I transferred to Line 2, taking me to the Ehwa Women's University, where my hotel was. All of this was very clearly spelled out in color-coded signs in both Korean and English. I wandered around the area of the subway station, contemplating turning on my extremely expensive cellular data, but found that after fifteen minutes of wandering, I was on the right street when I had first emerged ...
... their performances.
Not one student fell asleep or looked even close to being bored. In fact at times it was ***********trol the energy of the room. This was not because students were not focused it was because they were so into the activity I had to remember to keep them on time.
Koreanism of the Day:
Koreans drink a cold tea (it tastes like wheat) after each meal to aid with digestion. It is actually really refreshing and helps you ...
It was funny that my friend Cafa mentioned that I am taking the "Search for the best coffee in town" to the next level, as it does seem like I am doing that with my travel blogs... But generally it is because I love eating and drinking, and I couldn't stop myself from ranking the different cafes that I have been... =) Do leave me comments and let me know that if I am going overboard...
Anyway, back to Maman ...
Uszodába menet ilyen csodás virágözön mellett haladok el nap mint nap. Csodálatos Koreában az azálea szezon!!
On my way to the swimmingpool I walk past a jungle of flowers every day. The Korean spring with all the azaleas is truly magic!!
When my brother told me he was coming to visit, I asked him what he wanted to do while in Seoul. He lived here for over a year teaching English, so he was already familiar with the options he had. One of the first things that he mentioned was finding the "giant gold Buddha". He claimed it was on very few maps, and, therefore, not many tourists get to see it. I was intrigued.
There is actually two fairly easy ways to get to the Buddha, ...