|Asian noodles and pickled radish|
Our hotel (the Hyatt) was very nice. It's in a seperate section of hotels and museums called Jungmun resort complex. We checked into our room which had a double bed and a single bed. There was also a nice balcony.
|View of the lobby from the glass elevator|
|View of the mountains from our balcony|
|View of the ocean from our balcony|
|Sign in front of Teddy Bear Museum|
|Front of Ripley's musuem|
|Backside of Ripleys|
|Believe it or not, the GS 25 is that way|
|Jeff poked the fat guy and was laughing about it when I took this picture|
We also passed some Korean hikers and a templed-out Family Mart. We also passed the entrance to the waterfall, which we thought was the botanical gardens...I even took a picture of it. We did not find this out until 2 days later.
|Walking up the street|
|Hard core hikers|
|Entrance to "real" waterfall which we thought was the botanical gardens which are next door|
|Waterfall, which we later found out is actually the third in a series|
|Waterfall and park|
|View of what we later discovered is the 7 nymphs bridge near the "real" waterfall|
|Mom standing near the bridge over the gorge|
|Wooden walkway next to gorge|
|Bridge over gorge|
|Rock bridge over a small dam|
|Mom on a swing at the Seaes|
|View of Hyatt from Seaes hotel|
We then walked down a street and came upon Pacific land which advertised this:
|Awesomest sounding show ever|
How could you not want to see this? So we found show times and Jeff and I discussed various ideas of what the show would entail. We mainly wanted to see a monkey riding a dolphin. We made it back to our hotel just in time for happy hour. I had a beer and diet coke, Jeff had beer and wine and mom had wine and wine. They also had fruit, sushi, cheese and crackers, salsa and nuts (which they had every night) as well as kimchi pancakes, ham salad, creme brulee, and these balls which were like hush puppies with rice inside.
After happy hour, Jeff went downstairs to the casino and proceeded to lose monies (he made most of it back later) and drink gin and tonics. Mom and I watched the royal wedding in Korean until I found CNN. Then we went to the concierge's desk and organized our plans for Saturday before meeting Jeff in the casino. There is more to the evening, including one of my favorite pictures I've taken ever, but I will put that in my next post since this one is long already.