The Shilla Seoul
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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Shilla Seoul
This hotel is amazing! It's a little pricey but if you have the cash then go for it! Also there are a lot of great offers that you can get. One is from American Express, when you book with them, you receive a 100 dollar credit that you can use on anything. I suggest using that on the dinner at the hotel since its expensive but you get everything you can expect such as lobster, steaks, and crab! There are some nice amenities such as a sweet gym and an indoor and outdoor swimming pool. Also, there is a top floor lounge that serve overpriced drinks, but hey, why not?
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... the 4:48 bus back to the airport. They pass by 12th and 48th minute on the hour.
Air Asia this time was a hassle, two hours delayed in flight, and still caught in air traffic for another half hour. At least I had time to try one more thing I haven’t: coffee (outside the guesthouse). I had tuna sandwich served with fruity-nutty loaf and a cup of Americano. I was satisfied. As I say, I judge a city by ...
... same. I didn't really hear much about South Korea in the news - economically, politically or otherwise, or even in general, besides the KPOP and KDrama. There's not much coverage of that in Australia, and I think the underexposure to the Australian public is kinda what's putting off interest. What do you guys think? Is South Korea under-represented back home in Australia? Let me know what you think in the comments.
... between flights to acclimate to the difference in time zones. We left the same day that we arrived (July 5th) since we ended up going back in time, sort of. I was never so jet legged in my life. My sleep schedule was off even weeks after returning. Korea has been an amazing experience and I would love to visit Korea again someday, after learning the language and culture some more. Korea is another place that I will forever hold near and dear to my ...
Didn't get much done this week or weekend.. Lots of shopping, few workouts, eating foods that gave me stomach trauma twice. That about sums it up. This morning I went down to the river, it's comparable to the seawall in van. A lot of bikers, kids, ...