Sunset Business Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... s'en allait plus loin sur la même ligne. Quand je suis desc ndu à la syation oû je devais changer, j'ai réalisé qu'ilétait descendu avec moi. C'est qu'il y avait deux grands escaliers à descendre avec mon gros bagage. Il m'a juste dit en anglais qu'il ne parlait pas anglais. Il a pris mon gros sac qu'il a descendu et m'a laissé à la porte du métro que je devais prendre. Il m'a fait un grand salut puis est disparu. ...
... is the first time we have been in the situation that neither of us can speak the local language. We are amazed that ************e speaks English. We are getting by using sing s, and ordering food using the pictures outside the restaurants. If a restaurant doesn't have pictures it misses out on our custom. Now let me tell you about love motels. I had read on trip advisor that they were whole class of accommodation which is a lot cheaper than a normal hotel, ...
... making fake tattoos on anyone that wishes some temporary ink. Cute boys who, well, doesn't do much else than just hanging around. And while on the subject cute, not to forget - the hostel is including snuggles with a massive red tomcat for anyone that misses their beloved pets at home. However when I leave there's a big risk they will that one cat short. At the same time my bag will weigh about 6kg more and have the occasional meaow coming from it! Total coincidence. The ...
... after me. I thanked him and gave him a Canada pin and went off again. At least it was downhill for a while til I met the main road, then there was a bike path away from the huge trucks. The road seemed to go on forever but when I came to another intersection I saw a sign that said Chungju Station .6 kms. Off I went and there was the station on the right as advertised. I went in and purchased a ticket and was told I'd have to change at Daejeon but the fare ...
... in my head was that nobody brought turkey. This I imagine to be the equivalent of going to your first Bar Mitzvah and not seeing a single yamaka. It didn’t really matter though because there was such a good variety of food to go around and the event was very festive and full of spirit just as TV promised; plus the other jolly English folk were sitting in the corner blasting a compilation of classic Christmas songs throughout procedures, I suspect it may ...