Dukes Hotel Nakasu
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... U.S. I've also noticed the number of people that ride bikes are way higher than in Korea. I am thankful that the weather has been nice, even though it has been a little on the warm side.
I've attached some pictures of my adventure. I hope that you enjoy my experience through the pictures. I hope everyone has a great weekend.
... Friday afternoon. This means that I will be able to head back to Korea Friday afternoon after picking up my passport.
For the rest of day and all day tomorrow I will take time to explore the area and I in. I will post pictures of my adventures.
... After I got off at the correct bus stop I had my map in hand and was headed to find my hostel where I am staying. I had to stop a couple of times and ask people, but they were very understanding and very helpful in getting me in the right direction. After a few minutes I was finally able to find it. I am staying in a dormitory like hostel. It has a floor for females and a floor for males. Each floor has 10 beds in it. ...
... 4 luggages and of course check in for our flight. Once I was ready with the weight distribution of the luggages (to not exceed 20kg per piece), I opened the KLM email to check in. To my surprise, I had to check in on the website of Delta airlines, a partner of KLM. And Delta airlines has great luggage rules that are in our favor ;) when you fly from Japan to Europe, you are allowed to check in max 3 luggages of 23 kg per person. Amazing ...
... Nobu’s parent’s family business which is making the gates for the
Shrines. There are only 3 companies in Japan that do this but it is still quite
competitive. I think eventually Nobu will join him and help with the business
end of things. Nobu’s father is very happy that someone will be taking over the
business that has been in the family for many generations. Typical of the
middle class in Japan, Nobu & Taka work hard, 60 hours in a 6 ...