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Happy birthday from Japan
I had no idea what would happen to me to day. As normal we woke up early to a free breakfast then checked out. We took the shinkansen to Nagoya where it started snowing. Then it started really snowing. Snow everywhere. From Nagoya we took a express to Matsumoto. The next 2.5 hours was countryside, mountains, rivers and snow. As we climbed higher and higher the snow did as well. I got many amazing shots.
Once in Matsumoto we took ...
... to the hospital around 6 for the night shift and I came back to the kids. We went out to a Korean restaurant for dinner that was very funky. You places your order into a computer at your table and then BBQ your own meat at the table. So I guess you could say that I cooked dinner ...
Matsumoto is a very cute city with its own castle (not that I have seen it). Luke will take the kids out today to do some exploring. Mason doing really well, he can stand with weight on his good leg on crutches. Not allowed to put any more than 10kg of weight on his bad leg for 6 weeks. He has endured everything thrown at him from wash downs to suppositories and nothing has phased him. Very ...
Day 76 Matsumoto to Tokyo
Time, it is one of the most important commodities on earth, it doesn't discriminate between rich and poor and how it’s spent determines its value. It can be measured in a variety of ways and that is what my morning was all about. We decided before going anywhere today we would check out the time piece museum in Matsumoto. We ran out of time yesterday so we got up and walked to it first thing in the morning.
We arrived at ...
... to the castle towers.
What makes Matsumoto castle so famous is the fact that it is one of the only remaining castles to survive in its original condition. It was never destroyed or looted by enemies. We made our way inside (removing our shoes and putting them in plastic bags). We entered the first room on the first floor. It was empty, a few pillars spotted the room and an information board told us we were in the Inui Kotenshu (one of the smaller keeps off to ...