Somerset Palace Seoul
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... The highlights of the deer at Nara, snow in Hiroshima and Katie getting squirted by a rogue toilet in Osaka. We have had a lot of fun but have only scratched the surface of this amazing country. And now Korea awaits. Our arrival in Korea was straightforward and we found ourselves back in the concourse of Incheon Airport amazed that it was only a week since we were last there. It was quite difficult to find transport into town but in the ...
... prayer. Luckily a lady explained it to us. We ate some great food here in a market specialising in snack foods. The mung bean pancakes were yummy. I think Jordan gave me a recipe for those from when he learnt Korean at primary school. So, now I can make them. We also had a mixture of all different bite size fritters of fish, crab stick, zucchini, chilli, devon. All tasty but not healthy. On our first day in Seoul we came into the city to see a ...
Arrived after an all night trip, walked around town and checked out a palace to stay awake...then cashed.
Revived it was down to the local market which turned out to major in textiles, tailors, shirt makers, traditional dresses and everything else you might need in the clothing line, buttons, zips, hooks, hanger, laces, braid, wedding regalia.....a miles and miles of material.
... seemed quite homey. The decor inside resonated with the cozy concept, and the Cafe Lamp didn't overdo it by having hundreds of lamps around. It was just enough.
Believed to be distributors of Cake Decor, the cakes didn't disappoint as well. Fluffy and just enough sweetness for both, it was like eating clouds... My iced coffee was nice as well, cool me down from all the walking and shopping. ...
... I assume this was to prevent abuse of the exemptions.
The North Korean equivalent, visible from the Dorasan Observatory, was called the "Propaganda Village" by our guides. Apparently, it got that name because it used to blare propaganda across the border from loud speakers. Many of the buildings were only shells, with windows painted on the outside. Although a few workers may have been living there when the Kaesong Industrial Complex was up and running, no one ...