Fortress Wall Trail to Deoksugung Palace Wall

On this second walk on the Fortress Wall Trail, we started where we left off last time at Namdaemun. The problem was trying to figure out where the trail continued because the trail here was a little disconnected. But after a few moments of feeling disoriented, we found our way by looking for those little Fortress Trail signs.

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We came upon the Russian Embassy on our trail.

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The trail also connects to Deoksugung Palace that we stopped briefly at for pictures. I love walls. Clearly.

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A little further down the Fortress Wall Trail, we came to the Canadian Embassy. Which I obviously needed to take pictures of. Canadian pride!

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After getting my stamp at the end of this segment of the Fortress Wall Trail, we headed back to Deoksugung’s palace walls.

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And stumbled along a little street cultural festival. I bought three postcards from this artist – very cute.

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Nothing tastes such as good as hot street food on chilly autumn days in Seoul. I loved having this sweet potato as we walked along this street.

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I have two more stamps to go – even if I may not walk the entire Fortress Wall Trail.

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