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“Did you say ‘saver staycation’??”

“Yeah, I said it!!”

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For the third and final installment of my Four Seasons Seoul series, I’ll talk about the facilities in the hotel: during my stay I visited the spa, the pool and the fitness center. I didn’t spend as much time taking care of myself as I did eating and drinking everything in sight, but I did enough to be able to write a little bit…

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So twenty-five minutes after I left work, my taxi arrived at the Four Seasons and I walked into…sleekness.

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Finally! After a month of putting it off, the time has finally come…for me to talk about my “epic” 38-hour trip to Tokyo, Japan, for my birthday and for Tokyo Fashion Week.

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So, I will talk about my trip to Tokyo eventually, but in the meantime I figured that make a post with what I have now, so…I stayed at the Grand Hyatt in Roppongi Hills!

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After an uneventful KTX ride back to Seoul I hopped a cab to my final (holiday) staycation destination. The traffic was awful, as usual, but the cab driver was nice enough…until the confusion set in.

“Go to the Park Hyatt Seoul hotel, please.”

“Okay…[drives for 4-5 minutes]…the Grand Hyatt? On Nam Mountain, right?”

“[sigh]…No…the Park Hyatt Seoul in Gangnam, at Samseong station.”

“Oh…[drives for a few more minutes]…well, I don’t know where that is.”

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After spending Christmas at home I began my trek to Busan. I took the KTX, of course, since I wanted to make the most of the 2 days I had there.

One 2.5 hour train ride, one 30-minute bus ride, one ill-timed disembarkation and one unintentional 15-minute walk later, I finally arrived at the Park Hyatt.

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