Springhill Suites By Marriott Edgewood Aberdeen
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... looks absolutely DELICIOUS.
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.
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... with my last performance in the brass quintet here where it poured rain on us and our concert was outdoors with no roof over our heads! A few weeks later at my very last gig with the band, a parade, we marched outside in the most ridiculous weather I ever experienced having during an outdoor performance. I am talking raining fat cats and dogs people! There were several moments when i was supposed to be playing but couldn't because i was laughing so hard at how hard the ...
... Unfortunately, one winery used grapes grown in Lodi, CA so I refused to taste their wine. I won’t drink wine made from those grapes at home so I sure won’t here in Maryland. Yes you can call me a snob!
Now I am a pro at these tastings. My first one, in Paso Robles, I drank the entire amount poured in my glass and boy was I happy!!! Just wasn’t happy to be not enjoying the wine. This time I insisted on the tinniest sips and then threw out the rest ...