Hotel Gracery Tamachi
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... do it no justice. One must experience it for themselves.
Im aware of the cleanliness of the city, from the streets devoid of graffiti, rubbish and general recognition of a cities "bloodline"
The taxi's shimmer in their proud glory. Headrests frou frou-ed up with Nana's finest lace. Each cab identical in its perfection. Automated rear doors open as you approach your fare.
Rubbish trucks show no sign of their labours. Impeccably clean, without odour, ...
... attached to a long handle and follow very particular steps to wash your hands and then your mouth. After you are clean you can then donate some money and go up to the shrine to pray. In order to make the ritual complete you have to bow twice, clap twice and then bow again. It was very interesting to see the variety of people who came and took part in the prayer rituals. We were also fortunate to see two ...
... as Japan was so expensive. One guy turned to Rach and invited her to eat saying, "sharing is caring", to which Rach replied, "not always". Rach also spotted one of them walking upstairs with many shopping bags in his hands, he spotted Rach and quickly darted upstairs. It's so annoying that we had no hard proof as it was blatantly them. The hostel receptionist even allowed us to search their room to see if we could find any evidence to match Rachel's bank statements, but ...
... shoes walking around. After looking around the girls were hungry and so we decided to go into this Shabu, Shabu restaurant. We wanted to have one order of chicken and then one of beef and pork and the four of us were going to share. However, the waitress said just one. We thought we were getting one order to share between the four of us. The food was ok, nothing special but good. When we went up to pay our bill it was quite expensive. They had charged us for 4 orders ...
... on my flickr site which shows the full size images (see link above) as well as many that weren't posted in this blog.
The last 10 km of the route was along one of the main roads leading into Takasaki which was quiet on Sunday. I checked into the Toyoko Inn where we had also stayed in 2010. After a good shower, I wandered over to the train station area where I had a nice Indian dinner and hung around outside watching ...