Springhill Suites By Marriott Edgewood Aberdeen
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5) All along the N. Seoul Tower are hundreds on locks. It's tradition to bring a lock, write and message on it and throw away the key with someone to symbolize love. I definitely have to remember to pack a lock with me :D
6) Nonsan is the largest exporter of strawberries in the world. It's where the annual strawberry festival takes place
7) Koreans love their festivals and so do I (it must be the Korean in ...
... avid fan of K-pop such as IU and she watched Korean dramas regularly when she wasn't studying, of course. Walking into her room was like walking into a Hello Kitty store. She was particularly bad at taekwondo, but she had her pug, Zoe to console her from the embarrassment of participating in group exercise activities. She lead a simple life, never traveled and became a chef due to her love for food.
... back to 3 am... Katie and I are staying in the same room, separate beds... and I am trying to be as quiet as possible (because when does a mom of 1.5 year old twins ever get to sleep in?)... as I am coming back into the room, I run SMACK into this tower of plants and proceed to do some Cirque di Soeil ****.... trying not to make a TON of noise, I am juggaling about 3 plants and a stand and **** is going EVERYWHERE.... Katie, of course, wakes up and turns the light ...
... br> The hostel building I stayed in was an old brownstone built in 1859, high ceilings, fireplaces in each room, long and narrow. It was across the street from the first Basilica/Cathedral built in Baltimore after the Constitution, started building in 1812 and I believe finished in 1821. I had a tour of it and it has been restored to its original design by LaTrobe, the architect who designed the White House in DC.
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