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... the street to a sushi train type restaurant. After many, many small plates of mostly seafood delicasies everyone was stuffed!
In an effort to lighten luggage and to spend a little more time together, we all met in one of the rooms down the hall to help Robert and Haruna drink two bottles of champagne and some Apple Wine. We told some stories, had some laughs and hugs as everyone was going their separate ways and leaving Yamaguchi in the morning.
Eve and I started the day out by going back to the French Bakery across the street at the Shin-Yamaguchi station for a light breakfast. I had a chocolate pastry a cream/custard filled croissant and coffee, while Eve went with a more conservative croissant and tea.
Today the whole group of us toured Shimonoseki together - no small feat as we were 12 people plus Haruna's parents. We piled into 3 vehicles and headed out onto the highway - ...
We woke up to another beautiful day in Yamaguchi - we got up a little later today due to the late hour festivities and "all-you-can-drink" wedding after party after last night's reception.
We ran into everyone (Robert, Haruna, Robert's family and friends) downstairs in the lobby - they were all assembling for a trip to the limestone caves outside Yamaguchi, which we visited on our last trip here.
We went for a short walk ...
... 8211; they were for the little ones to sleep during the reception.
The meal was more than amazing – very delicious and very beautifully presented. The menu consisted of 8 courses followed by not only a wonderful dessert table, but a “Cream Puff with Grand Chestnut Mousse”, then wedding cake! Unusual to us, throughout the meal, there were numerous things all happening one at a time, speech from Robert’s ...
... for each of us. We took the JR Line to Shin-Osaka station to get our tickets and catch the Shinkansen (Bullet Train). Upon arriving at the station at about 9am, we discovered they were all sold out of tickets until the 3 pm train. We forgot it was Silver Week, where there are three National Holidays in the week on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, and everyone was travelling. At least I had internet in the station ...