Thudding of artillery fire on a distant hill. No wait, it's those kids next door again! Where do they get this energy at this time of the morning?! Anyhausen, it's time to make our trip into Charlottesville, Virginia to find some Korean food. Though Charlottesville didn't appear to be a large town, it was a trick to find parking after a series of one way streets.
Charlottesville, Virginia only has around 47,000 people, but compared to the smaller towns we've been in, it felt much larger.
DOMA Korean Kitchen is an interesting fusion style Korean restaurant. How fusion is it? This is the first time I saw a hamburger on the menu! I know I've had a rough experience with fusion food recently but I had to try it out, and it was really good.
Afterwards we drove out of the city and to a Sonic for dessert. It's nice to have a Korean restaurant nearby, even if it feels rather modern compared to most of the Korean restaurants we've been to with tables seated closely to each other. I think we're more booth people.