Sunday, March 6, 2011

Blog 38 - 6th March

Seoul National University has 30,000 students and a wonderful campus. On my morning walks it has been zero degrees - actually I have been very slack lately! I took these photos as I was wondering through the campus. These below are wooden sculptures outside the school of ceramics.

This plastic woman was lying abandoned in a pile outside the Art School. She was so busy texting she did not notice that it was too cold to be naked!

These fiberglass lizards are trying to sneak out of uni! They actually keep moving around the campus looking gorgeous in the sunlight.

This old professor is keeping watch on the frozen pond at SNU.

My friend Maria and I found these cute little men on the way to have a yummy affogato at her favourite place. She is Italian and knows where to find the best coffee of course!

Can you see the old Persian table top? The teaspoon was so carefully wrapped in the serviette in front - great attention to detail and service here!

These guards were carefully watching us having our coffee and also keeping an eye on this old Christan missionary from the nineteenth century making sure he did not get up to any mischief!

Here we are living it up at the Seoul Grand Hyatt, near Maria's home. when we delivered her home. The trees are wrapped to keep them warm and the night lights are beautiful. If you'd like to stay here is the link:

We have been checking out other 5 star places to take our visitors. Here is the view across the Han River from the W at Walkerhill where we had brunch today. Yum!

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