Wednesday, June 28, 2006

A weekend in Seoul

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The palace we couldn't get into! It had just closed... they were still letting people out, but not in!

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Kids playing in a fountain by city hall.

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Seoul city hall. Also a gathering spot to watch the World Cup games.
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A phone booth in a park... killing time...

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The cable car up to Seoul Tower.

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Amanda, me and Rosalee at the base of Seoul Tower.

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Seoul Tower.

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Rosalee, Amanda, Attack (Rosalee's Korean friend) and his friend and sister who both live in Seoul and joined us for the evening
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The largest church in the world... can you tell? Sooo many people!

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Starbucks, Korean style.

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Seoul boat tour.

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Our boat. We sat inside most of the time, but went out on the deck to take a few pictures.

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Seoul Tower in the background!

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