The-K Hotel Seoul
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- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Travel Blogs from Seoul
... me mystified. I have attached a few pictures of these artworks here. You may have better luck than me interpreting them.
What I initially thought was not long enough was in fact long enough. Seoul caused me so much frustration – in a good way. I was frustrated by the fact that there were far too many missed photo opportunities. It’s one thing to mention constantly seeing men and women with perfect hair and porcelain skin looking like they had just stepped out of ...
... gave me a new Pierre Cardin one. :-)
We then took a 90 minute bus to the hotel, checked in, discovered our room was no good and immediately upgraded to a suite.
We went to see two art museums and a royal palace and finished the day in dinner and a horror movie. ...
... with tents and kids running around playing. If not for the military presence and the jagged topped security fence this could have been any park in the world (except Hong Kong where they picnic on the sidewalk). We made our way farther into the park and saw the mother of all kites. Calling it a kite would be a stretch in fact it was more like kites many many kites. Tied to a string that must have been made of steel or Kevlar perhaps ...
... photos, as the gifts they sell are either home made, or created on their own. They are worried that the ideas would be stolen for copying.
The building was designed so that all you need to do is to walk one direction, and you will be spiral up to the top without taking a single stair! You would be mesmerised by all sorts of different souvenirs, and in no time, you found yourself already on the top floor of the building. My suggestion is to stroll up to the ...
... la gueule de bois…mais bon ce n’était quand même pas si pire. On a retrouvé mon pote Vikash près du palais Changdeokgung. Après un lunch léger, on a visité le ‘Jardin Secret’ qui se trouve à l’arrière du Palais. C’était chouette de voir Vikash, on a pu discuter bien plus que lors de son mariage (en Inde).
L’architecture des palais et des jardins Coréens est bien moins raffinée que celle que l’on peut trouver ...