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An early start, as we had an 8am train to catch to Nagoya. Our time in Takayama is over after three days and the sun is out for a second day. The forecast is 33C.
Our train trip was 2 1/2 hours and we only took an overnight bag with us as we are doing a one night stay. Our luggage has been forwarded by courier to our next hotel. This is a very common practice in Japan so our hotel arranged it all for us. Convenience stores also organise the process for ...
... check in, just time to dump our bags & off we went for a walk around the town we went to a museum, a shrine, the Takayama festival float exhibition hall, we then went to the old part of town. We had a beautiful tea not far from there. When we got back from tea we had another spa, getting used to it (in the nude) still lots of laughs. It's now 9.00 and ready for bed. Ran out of battery so no pictures of ...
This was the boys earliest morning so far, I had them booked to take the 8:45am Shuttle from our hostel to the train station to catch our 9:20am bus to Mishima Station to grab a train to Nagoya. We arrived with plenty of time to grab breakfast from the station (they got hot dogs!) and catch the bus. At Mishima Station where we were able to catch a bullet train to Nagoya just a few minutes after we arrived. We had a couple hour ride ahead of us so we got some lunch and snacks for ...
... it, quickly figured out trains and got us there. Now onto Incheon Airport (have we mentioned it's the nicest airport in the world?) for a 4 hour layover and back home. E plays in the airport, dumbstruck by the South Korean parade in the airport and generally has a great time. H and I guzzle beers. Back to Seattle and Dottie!
... period, Nagoya Castle was the center of one of the most important castle towns in Japan—Nagoya-juku— and it included the most important stops along the Minoji, which linked the Tōkaidō ...