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... the Americans and Europeans who are not keeping an eye on their kids and need the reminder to not let them play on the walkways!
Another humorous thing that occurred happened during the run through security in Japan. As we started through the typical security check, a Japanese agent asked Pam a question. Unfortunately, because of his accent in speaking English, she was unable to understand the question. You know how, when you don't understand a question, ...
... group, but as we reached the end of the line we saw vacuums, buckets and cleaning supplies of all sorts. It was then we realized that this was the cleaning crew - maids if you will - who were going to 'swarm' the plane as soon as we were off and give it a total makeover - which they did! We went through another security check and waited in the international area for about another hour before getting back on the plane for the four hour flight to ...
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.
Now that we had made our way back into Nagoya City. It was time to explore the cities larger hot spots. The first place we visited was Sunshine Sakae. This was a shopping mall in downtown Sakae, Nagoya. It has a rather large and empty Ferris Wheel that hangs off the side of the mall. We decided to ride the Ferris Wheel to get a rather nice view of Sakae. After a few pictures taken and ten minutes of going around full circle. It was time to explore Sunshine Sakae.
... It was refreshing to once again take a few dozen photos of the beautiful city scape. After that, we finally check out the Samurai compound that's on the Nagoya Castle ground. It was basically a tour that had just opened in a newly built building that featured Samurai rooms and guest spaces. It was a fun little tour that lasted about 20 minutes. We then decided to jump back on a train and head back into Nagoya city center to explore the city a bit more for the afternoon.
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