Dormy Inn Toyama
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDormy Inn Toyama
Really really comfortable, despite the fact that I had to share the bed with my friend.. But still..
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Travel Blogs from Toyama
... through the atmosphere I think I can actually hear Abba.
#7. Tiny little town = everyone knows your business. All the time. No matter what. Don't fool yourself into thinking otherwise.
#8. Circus grounds hazards. Including but not limited to:
- Covered electrical wire tubing snaking across all the walkways, placed as such just so you can trip over them in the dark....or when you're late for your call....or if you're busy trying to ...
The hotel was a Route Inn which we have found to be a very good value for the money. Laundry on the other hand was a challenge as the loundry machine only speaks Japanese and no one English,. But we got everything washed and tried
Funny evening in the hotel restaurant, The waitress was really giving us a top service and the food was really good.
... money for animal rescue organizations.
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The hazy days of summer - July in Toyama
Now onto my story....
As good fortune would have it, we avoided being hit by the typhoon that affected Southern Japan at the beginning of July. I know many of you were concerned. Honestly, I was pretty concerned myself. I've yet to experience a typhoon first hand, and am ...
... and our lives across the globe. Damn, I wish Australia was closer to California! Together , we were the inn's only guests. We floated around the premises in our kimonos which forced us to pay attention and enjoy the art of walking slowly and stay in tune with our sensory awareness. Again, Merrill and I were shutter bugs and only when our various devices ran out of battery and memory did we put them down and force ourselves to rely on our own ability to see and our own dwindling memory ...
... was in the train station as well. As usual she spoke no English so communication was challenging. Once she understood what we were seeking, and further gathered that we were unable to understand her direction she literally guided us to the proper train, traveled with us (away from her intended destination) and then walked five minutes through the back streets so she could deliver us to the front door of our destination. I had heard stories of ...