Atsugi Urban Hotel
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... everyone safe on the platforms.
Since there are 13 different subway lines going in different directions, one
really has to watch closely, so you don’t end up going in the opposite
direction, etc. Yes, the directions are also written in English.
Every time we emerged to the street level, we felt like
groundhogs, looking around curiously where we ended up. Somehow, we always
found our way to the attraction we were planning to ...
Next we wandered around the bridge over top pf the train tracks and watched the JR trains come in and out of the station. We also enjoyed one last Kirspy Kreme doughnut haha I just had to indjuge, Canada doesn't have them anymore! I savoured every last bite and watched the Japanese world go by, technically savouring every last moment that occurred today also.
We headed back to the guesthouse to check out and grab our bags. ...
... noodles crossed with an omelette). They make it in front of you and serve it on the hot plate on your table. For our second day in Kyoto we visit the 'Golden Temple' with the Dutch guy from our hostel. We get caught in a downpour so only view the temple in the wet but there are several school groups there who are asking us questions in English about our favourite Japanese things which is completely adorable! From there we walk to Ryoanji Temple which includes the zen ...
... which is apparently the polite thing to do in Japan.
We had new roommates on return back to the hostel: David from Turkey and Kenny from Japan and soon got in to conversation about our travels. Rach and I joined Kenny on his quest to find the sumo wrestling training grounds (sumo stables) in the morning. We walked in to an empty room but creeped upstairs to hear booming sounds of snoring. It was a complete failed mission as it turns out they were on holiday from ...
Onto the second leg of our journey home.
Despite the impressively long line to drop our bags off we still had plenty of time to visit the many shops selling Hakkaido's produce. We had sashimi for lunch. Afterwards I enjoyed the many free samples, gelato and an Otaru wine flavoured ...