Hotel Grand Terrace Toyama
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Before I start my story please allow me introduce you to Kyla Duffy and her infamous dog Bill. Kyla is my team mate and, more importantly, my friend. Bill? Well, he tolerates me and occasionally is even happy to see me. (He can be a bit of a curmudgeon....but don't tell Kyla I said that.)
A day in the life of a circus performer is anything but dull. Any time a group of widely varying ...
... tomorrow. Thursday am. We had a delightful dinner at the Minshuku. Although the food and preparation was less sophisticated than at the Ryokan, we found it more accessible to our palates. Simpler, everyday country food. The Aussies we met are wonderful people. Educated, sophisticated and easy to be around. This morning we are scheduled to do a walking tour of the village here with a local guide. It is pouring rain right now. Hopefully it will not be cancelled. We are now heading ...
... rings truer than when referring to family and friends. In this area I find myself as rich as royalty. The thread of love and friendship that runs through both my immediate and my extended family is both verifiable and strong. It is a web that binds us together for all the right reasons and lends the support we all dearly need. My visit home was filled with love, laughter and lots of joy (in addition to way too much eating and drinking!). Thanks ...
... a massively high snow wall that lines the road in the spring time. Some parts of the corridor reach heights of 20 meters (60') or more. The other was the included lunch we had. I felt like I was in training for Fear Factor - it consisted of a box divided into 9 squares. Each square contained a surprise - Japanese delicacies such as miniature firefly squid, pickled baby albino shrimp (who knew there was such a ...
... trolley bus to Ogizawa, then a bus to Omachi train station and a final train to Matsumoto. So that was: train, train, cable car, bus, trolley bus, Ropeway, cable car, walk, trolley bus, bus and train. Matsumoto is a cute little town. The blossoms seem to be in full bloom and the castle in the centre is very picturesque. I'm contemplating another day here but really need to to sort out my plan for the next few days before ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Grand Terrace Toyama
Close to the railway stations and the town centre, a standard city hotel. Satisfactory.
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