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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Interciti Daejeon
Nice new hotel. Room with a view. Reusable slippers and shampoo is outrageous for a 4 star hotel. If you want new shampoo, toothbrush or a razor, you have to pay for it. It is straightly bush league. No swimming pool but a very nice gym which appears to be run as a health club.
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We started the day being picked up at the hotel lobby and driven to join the rest of the tour group. There are 19 of us and our guide. We have a deluxe bus with nice wide reclining seats.
At 8:30 a.m., there is already a traffic jam leaving Seoul. What normally would take 100 minutes took well over 2 hours. We arrived at the Magoksa temple to …
... and we talked and then the preacher asked if I would like to stay for dinner and I agreed. It was fun to talk with the girls and we did some boardgames. The daughter was only 13 years old but her English was good, I met some persons that were older but couldn't speak as well as she did.
We enjoyed dinner and after that I played some more piano because they asked me.
It was a really fun time and they were so kind, I will never forget them :)
... first trip and discovered this wonderful International Zen center run mostly by western community. There is a chapter in “Caves, Huts, and Monasteries” that describes that unique experience.
I was here for a 2 week retreat. I leave, as I often do, with a lump in my throat deeply appreciative to have met some exceptional people.
... something like this:
"5, 4, 3, 2, 1, JUMP!!!"
With me it went more like:
"5, look at the mountains! 4, Aren't they pretty? 3, Take a big breath! 2- *push* 1- Jump!
At least, I think I remember them finishing the count and saying jump. I was screaming so loudly I couldn't even hear myself think.
It was by far, the most exhilarating thing I've ever done in my life. I felt like I was flying. Upside down, that is. But nevertheless, they were ...
... so much easier to just forget about the whole thing and never tried to make it happen. But we made it happen and now we are having an amazing time learning all about ourselves, each other and the world. In our next 6 months there are many other things we want to do. Here is a short list: We've started taking Korean classes and are getting better each day, so we want to continue to learn. We want to travel to another country for a holiday in ...