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... to carry the laptop on tours.
focus of this trip was for Tom to try to find the places he had been
stationed while he was in the Navy during the Vietnam war, and for
him to visit historical sites of WWII. This is not an easy task to
coordinate since many of the bases are closed to visits because of
security concerns and budget cuts. I had tried to get information on
Guam, both for the Navy and for the Air Force Base ...
... through the castle and learned all the history. When I got to the second floor there was an opportunity to put on samurai headress and attire with sword. I took lots of pictures and took pictures play fighting with this girl from Tokyo. Very friendly , it was a lot of fun . I then walked down around the grounds and got some ice cream. Then went to the plum garden where the garden was in bloom and took some great pictures. I ...
... Heading back to Tennoji station, I hopped back on the Osaka loop line to my final destination of the day, the Osaka Museum of Housing and Living. The museum itself was a pain in the **** to find. Apparently it was only a short walk from the station, but the map on the back of the leaflet was useless, giving no real directions through the maze of streets and alleys between the station and the museum. I had to ask for directions 3 times before finally, ...
... Osaka has to offer. We never turn down an opportunity to eat sushi and our favorite Japanese foods (onigiri, karage, kibetsu, nikuman.. ). And while we do our best to live in the moment, the future keeps reminding us to get ready for it. We've polled our friends as to what stuff of ours they'd like to inherit when we go, we've booked small portions of our trip in April, May and June, and I've begun already doing work for TFA. Next ...
... lunch we wondered around the underground shopping complex for a bit and stumbled upon an amazing souvenir shop. It was full of all kinds of cute, pretty and silly objects, both useless and useful, ranging in price from a few dollars to a few thousands. Everything was of extremely high quality and it made the choice of souvenirs very hard!
After the conference there ...