Hotel MyStays Nagoya Sakae
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Great Hotel, Got a good price and nice rooms, not too cramped and good WiFi connection
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Day 74 Nagoya
Today was one of the first days I have without any booked accommodation. The idea was that Mark and I could spend a few days out exploring some of the more remote rural areas of Japan. So after spending quite a few nights up deciding where to go and what we could do, it was finally time to explore!
Today I woke up …
A little authors note first: I'll be writing a lot more information in each picture so be sure to click on them. Also each post will cover my entire stay in that city. Nagoya 8/2 - 8/5.
I love traveling on the Shinkansen. Not only is it the fastest line of trains in Japan, but they are also the most comfortable. My favorite so far has been …
... 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 ...
... with the rain we missed seeing it, so kept walking on by. Eventually we ran into the museum (me surprised since I expected to see the park first), but that worked out fine because we were soaked through and ready to be inside at this point (despite the jacket I had, jacket Fred had, and Tyler's umbrella).
The Toyota Museum was absolutely amazing! It walked you through the start of the company when it originally made looms. The first product for the Toyoda family was a ...
... br> 12th
Another day without rain. Its warm enough not to need a jacket, so out i go to explore the back streets and am impressed with what i see. No more high rise apartment buildings, but normal looking houses, be it small, and off street parking. The street are immaculate, no litter or graffiti, no dog pooh. Really enjoyable place to walk. Beats Tokyo by a mile!
Tomorrow i am off to the east coast of Japan to a place called Toyama, by bus. The trip will take 3.5 hours