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Travel Blogs from Obu
... She said no and we moved on through the scan. We had a good laugh later on about the raptop.
We re-boarded and settled in for the long trip over the Pacific. Once again the sound sleep we coveted seemed to stay just beyond our reach, and so we settled for a few brief naps. I am convinced the fellow who sat behind me must have had some movement disorder. For some reason he could not sit still and seemed to need to touch, bang and tap on the seat in front of ...
... destroyed in the earthquake and resulting tsunami just over three years ago. We passed in between Nagano (site of the '98 Winter Olympics) and Tokyo, the capital of Japan before touching down in Nagoya in central Japan. It was nearing 6:00 pm and was overcast. But through the clouds we could see the red ball of the sun heading toward the horizon. Upon landing, we were all asked to stay in our seats due to a medical emergency up in first ...
Today we went off to Nagoya Castle. So far it has been my favorite and not just because the SAKURA ARE RUFFIANLY IN FULL BLOOM but it had a awesome layout and design. We also went to the palace but it had been rebuilt and was all new so it wasn't as good. The we went to a shrine that was deep in a park that was more like a forest. There I saw Miko-sans! Later we found another discount figure store where I went a bit nuts =P
Inter net is being a *****, pic will come tomorrow night.
After about an hour of shopping and looking around. We decided to leave Sunshine Sakae. It was time to head to Oasis 21. This was another shopping center, only this was a huge mall that has a structure that reminded me of something space age. I loved that the architecture is what kept me so interested in this mall. The shops weren't great but the structure of the design was enough to keep us exploring for a good two hours.
Oasis 21's top floor is ...
... in grating with grass and plants all up the building and in the middle was a gigantic metallic sphere. The building is very reminiscent of what I thought was a space station. Still we decided that just seeing the outside of the structure was enough and didn't need to see the inside.
Outside the Nagoya City Science Museum we looked at some of the exhibitions such as an old space rocket, a couple of old train carriages and got a few photos. We believed that there ...
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