Candeo Hotels Kikuyo Kumamoto Airport
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
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... gardener is so fussy that all the gravel surrounding the access paths was raked in patterns. There was a young lady in a beautiful Kimino and a bride and groom in the gardens. It was almost deserted, a big change from the other cities/sights we have been to. Have to say that the Europe syndrome is starting to set it i.e. the equivalent of cathedral fatigue. In Japan this means - temples, shrines, pagodas, big Buddhas, old palaces and houses. ...
... maple leaves floating in a dish of water. My Mom would love
it here – so much attention to detail. They have one woman assigned just to do
the flowers each day.
Our room was very large. Bathroom with an amazing toilet of
course (as an aside, made new bathroom discovery when we toured the Sapporo
brewery – the toilet made an automatic flushing sound so that your neighbour in
the next cubicle ...
... a while (almost since we have arrived in Japan) but I have insisted that we stay and tough it out….Brown’s don’t quit. Particularly as we had already paid for the remainder of the accommodation.
In the end I think I would prefer to go home on a high rather than see Pete bored for the next couple of weeks. Plus, Noah and Wes have had enough, they just want to go home, see their family and play ...
... car, some light lunch from Lawson's and then another park found to eat, play (not prey), love, (love not hearing the boy’s whinge for a half hour or so).
Back to the room, rest, back out for a look around a few shops (buy only if you are into Japanese fashion) and then another park = happy children.
Back to hotel, freshen up, dinner.
Another amazing meal and then fireworks from our window, ...
... and down some old ancient streets.
I think we may be the only Westerners in the town.
Our room is Western/Japanese (which means two small beds for us, futons for Noah & Wes, a small Japanese style table and Western toilets/shower) with gorgeous river and mountain views.
In the late afternoon we watched the house boats being prepared for their dinner cruises. The simple, long pole operated boats, ...