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suziannabyun

Jul 25

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Hypothetical stay-cation

Plan a “stay-cation” for the last week of summer. What will you do?

I wish to spend the last of summer in Korea but I can't go anytime soon. So hypothetically, I'd plan to spend a week in Seoul. I'd book a hotel room in a neighborhood a bit far from the city center so I'd be able to walk there (I enjoy taking walks and just sightseeing outside of a vehicle). I'd try to visit as many tourist attractions as possible and a few cafes.

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I wish to spend the last of summer in Korea but I can't go anytime soon.

I wishant to spend the last part of summer in Korea, but I can't go anytime soon.

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I wishant to spend the last week of summer in Korea but I can't go anytime soon.

This sounds more natural in the US.
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I wishould like to spend the last (part) of summer in Korea but I can't go anytime soon.

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So hypothetically, I'd plan to spend a week in Seoul.

So hypothetically, I'if I was able to, I would plan to spend a week in Seoul.

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I'd book a hotel room in a neighborhood a bit far from the city center so I'd be able to walk there (I enjoy taking walks and just sightseeing outside of a vehicle).

I'd book a hotel room in a neighborhood a bit farsome distance away from the city center so I'd be able to walk there. (I enjoy taking walks and just sightseeing outside of a vehiclesightseeing while taking walks).

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I'd book a hotel room in a neighborhood some distance away from the city center so I'd be able to walk there. (I enjoy sightseeing while taking walks instead of sightseeing from within a car).
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I'd book a hotel room in a neighborhood a bit farway from the city center so I'd be able to walk there (I enjoy taking walks and just sightseeing outside of a vehicle).

"A bit far" is not incorrect, but it sounds a little funny to me.
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I'd book a hotel room in a neighborhood a bit far from the city center so I'd be able to walk there. (I enjoy taking walks and just sightseeing outside of a vehicle).

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I'd try to visit as many tourist attractions as possible and a few cafes.

I'd try to visit as many tourist attractions as possible, and also a few cafes.

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