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Carnival Fantasy Parade at the Everland Amusement Park, South Korea   Leave a comment

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We also had the opportunity of seeing the Carnival Fantasy Parade – a much smaller scaled version of the Brazilian Carnivale. It was an eye-opener for me who had seen such event over the TV only.
SP Lim

Day 6 – Thursday, 25 April, 2013 Seoul
Morning Sight-seeing : Ginseng Outlet, Cosmetic Duty-Free Shop
Afternoon Sight-seeing : Gyeongbok Palace (already seen on Day 3 exchanged Kimchi Making), Sarangchae and Myeongdong
Exclude Dinner as we shall eat at the busy shopping area
Accomodation at Seoul Itaewon Crown Hotel

There is creative reading as well as creative writing. — Ralph Waldo Emerson

Tulip Festival at Everland Park, South Korea   Leave a comment

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We were indeed very lucky to see the Tulip Festival at the Everland Park here in South Korea at this time instead of making an expensive and longer journey to Holland.

SP Lim

Dreams are illustrations from the book your soul is writing about you. — Marsha Norman

Everland Amusement Park, South Korea   1 comment

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From Google Maps’ narration :-
On a completely different note from the traditional offerings in Suwon is the country’s largest amusement park. It claims to be the fifth-most-popular amusement park in the world, and it has the massive crowds and long lines to prove it — be prepared to wait. Among the highlights are two roller coasters, a small zoo, and European World, featuring architecture and food from Europe. There are high-tech 3-D games located in an outdoor facility, although these games are not available when it’s raining. Caribbean Bay, the water park next door, requires a separate admission fee of W30,000 for adults and W23,000 for kids during low season from January to May, going up from there. It includes several water slides, wave pool, tube ride, kiddy pool, and more.

199, Everland-ro, Pogog-eup, Cheoin-gu, Yongin-si, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea
+82 31-320-5000 ‎ ·

Words, once they are printed, have a life of their own. — Carol Burnett

Posted April 25, 2013 by lspeng1951 in Photography, Travel

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