This is one of those seeds that you spawn in a seemingly boring forest, but if you walk around just a little bit you find amazing things. The amazing things on this biome happen to be in the form of rare biomes such as a mesa, bryce, and swampland M. It all begins when you walk straight forward from the spawn.
This seed has four structures within walking distance of the spawn point. One village is in front of you, there are two villages to the right, and a desert temple is to the left. They almost make up one giant triangle.
The easiest way to navigate this seed is to clearly mark your spawn point with some kind of block, and I recommend making it an arrow to point in the direction you were facing when you spawned.
This seed starts you next to large mountains covered in gravel. As you cross over the mountains, you’ll come to a large section of ice plains spikes, and to top it all off, between the two biomes you can find a dungeon underground.
The gravel mountains will be to your right when you spawn, but before you take off to explore, mark your spawn point so you can find it easily later. (And mark the direction you were facing when you spawned.) This will help with navigation to get to some of the other features later.
This seed gets off to a great start with a desert temple and abandoned mineshaft near the spawn point. These two abandoned structures allow you to gather several items to aid in your chances of survival on this seed. It starts with exploring the mineshaft underground.
As far as appearance goes, this seed isn’t very special. Just some desert, plains, and forest biomes. However, this seed holds potential underground. With both a desert temple and an abandoned mineshaft, there are sure to be plenty of chests full of loot.