Hotel Grand Terrace Toyama
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Close to the railway stations and the town centre, a standard city hotel. Satisfactory.
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... through the atmosphere I think I can actually hear Abba.
#7. Tiny little town = everyone knows your business. All the time. No matter what. Don't fool yourself into thinking otherwise.
#8. Circus grounds hazards. Including but not limited to:
- Covered electrical wire tubing snaking across all the walkways, placed as such just so you can trip over them in the dark....or when you're late for your call....or if you're busy trying to ...
Early morning as we want to see the sunrise over the Matsushima bay. The first few minutes were promising but clouds soon made this plan not so nice.
An early bath in the onsen before breakfast compensated for effort. We visit the Zuigan-ji Temple which situated in a nice park. Unfortunately there is some mayor renovation ongoing, so we could only see the parts that ...
... before the morning show, having a little internal dialog about remembering how much I love what I do and how lucky I am to get to do it...again...today....right now....when I'm really sore...and tired....and hot. Yay! And...cue music. Go time! Honestly though, once I make it through that first show of the day, I find myself back to feeling the familiar excitement and love for the rest of the day. Additionally, in this city we've had night shows (7pm) one day ...
... in appearance with old thatched hut homes sprinkled throughout with the obligatory temples. We spent three hours there and could not wait to leave. Too many tourists. Think Yosemite Valley in the middle of July. We spent the night in Kanazawa at the Nikko hotel. Kanazawa is a relatively small city, the capital of Ishikawa prefecture. We dined at the hotel where we had a relatively expensive yet delicious dinner of mostly fresh seafood, including some nice sashimi. I was pleased ...
... prior to beginning work so I haven’t yet had a lot of time to explore. I am hoping the weather will be favorable enough during my limited free time. It is a beautiful area and I am eager to discover as much of it as I can. My challenge will lie in the fact that July is the rainy season and we are to have a very heavy work schedule here. If I could put one wish in the cosmic suggestion box it would be that any spare time I have be rain free.