The Michael W Travels family loves burgers and our favorite fast-casual style burger is served at Shake Shack.
Shake Shack began as a small cart in Madison Square Park in NYC and slowly grew as a chain to what it is today. The company is now listed on the New York Stock Exchange and has a presence in 18 states and Washington, D.C. There are also international locations in 11 countries. Continue reading Shake Shack South Korea, Just About As Good As Shacks in the US!
It’s been a while since I came across Ridiculous Street Signs while traveling. It was actually last Spring Break when Lucas and I took a trip to Poland. You can check the sign out here.
During our recent trip to South Korea, it didn’t take long to see what I’d definitely consider to be a good addition to my Ridiculous Street Signs collection. Continue reading Ridiculous Street Signs #23: Don’t Step on the Toilet Seat- Seoul, South Korea
During our trip to South Korea we had a couple of interesting problems that we faced. The funny thing is that both happened in the same day but ended up working out.
The morning we were to fly back to Seoul from Jeju Island I encountered our first problem. We had an early flight and Sixt Rent-A-Car was closed. Find out what I did in the link above.
Kim and I decided to end the trip by using our IHG free nights for a two night stay at the InterContinental Seoul COEX. When we arrived, the service was absolutely amazing and friendly! We were greeted by staff like the hotel Duty Manager and the concierge checked us in. Continue reading Bag Lost in Seoul, Intercontinental Duty Manager to the Rescue!
I haven’t been to South Korea yet and don’t recall hearing about strict laws there but this one seems to be pretty fair and make a lot of sense.
If you happen to find yourself in a taxi in Seoul, you better think twice before throwing up in the car.
If you do find yourself in this situation, you’ll be paying a hefty fine which started today, February 1. Continue reading Beware of New $138 Fine In Seoul For…