Business Hotel Nishikiryu
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... bon and i both skipped the shower that night. Another shock about our room was the bunk bed. It was awesome, couldn't remember the last time i slept in one. I made Bon take the top bunk cause with the low ceilings I probably would have put my head right through the drywall ceiling when i get up. For 50 bucks a night it was quite comfortable so can't complain. Alright this day is a wrap. Time to get some shut-eye so we can catch the early train to Takayama. Should be a good ...
... room here at Annex Turtle Inn. The onsen or hot spring hotel (aka ryokan) was slightly hard to find but we enjoyed exploring the area away from the tourist attractions. We passed by a lot of locals, their homes, crossed a couple of bridges and even walked through an erie graveyard. A welcomed change from the concrete jungle of Tokyo. Bon is just chilling on the futon bed and rocking the pink turtle patterned yukata that the hotel provided us. It's basically a one piece ...
... was interesting. I've always like to eat on the street, finding the food good as well as inexpensive. There was a small food court with various items for sale. I tried to communicate the term "tube steak" to the guy with hot dogs for sale, but was unable to make the connection. My selected cuisine consisted for a hot baked potato with lots of butter and this nifty ...
... game with the Icebucks hanging on for a 1-0 win. The team we were playing was from Fukushima (yes, that Fukushima) but after a quick Geiger counter scan, they were good to go. There was even a fight with one of the Canadians (shocking) trying to get the fists going with a very reluctant Japanese player- it was kind of a bizarre spectacle and put me in mind of the unique hockey fighting style of Peter B who had the strange and ...
... heard one tour guide mention "Takarakuji" which means the lottery"). They were all super expensive so it seemed like a bit of a con to me.
After lunch by the lake, I took the bus down some very twisty mountain roads (think of the final scene from the Italian Job, yikes!) back to central Nikko to visit Nikko's famous shrines and temples (including the tomb of the former Shogun, Tokugawa Iemitsu). The temple area was huge and packed with tourists (clearly ...
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