Hotel New Matsuo
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... are so fun. after, we got dinner and breakfast at lawsons. we also went to a mister donut, baskin robbins and mcdonalds.
we walked back to the hotel and packed there. the boys would pound on the wall if the knew someone was in the girls room. They even threw coins.
after, we wrote post cards and went to bed.
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... there was a ropeway (cable car) that went part of the way up Mt Misen, so we did that. There were paths at the top of the ropeway that would take you all the way to the top of Mt Misen, but it was late in the day and we were running out of time if we wanted to catch the ropeway back to the bottom, so we only walked a few kilometres each way. The views were still amazing from the top ropeway station, so all was not lost! My camera battery died at some ...
... had the "standard" which comes with pork and shallots. Charlotte had the tepankaki chicken with ponzu sauce, Angela had the tepanyaki steak, and Isabelle, always adventurous, had side serves of chicken karage and chips.
At the table we sat at we were only a few feet away from the hotplate, so we watched our meals being cooked, which the girls loved. The food was magnificent. In a single meal it has changed my entire opinion of okinomiyaki. ...
The ground temperatures rose as high as 7,232 degrees fahrenheit. Flesh was dripping from peoples bodies like rain from a tin roof. Instantly 70,000 Japanese citizens were vaporized. For nearly two square miles buildings collapsed and burned. The clocks that remained forever read 8:15 a.m. It was August 6, 1945. The United States had just dropped the Atomic Bomb on Hiroshima, Japan.
A few weeks ago Shane and I stood on the battleship in Pearl Harbor, ...
... a good 20 minutes of sitting patiently freezing on a park bench waiting the lights to turn on, I suggested that maybe we could head to Starbucks to wait, literally as we walked away towards Starbucks the lights turned on behind us, typical! Hey ho, we decided to treat ourselves to a hot coffee before exploring the avenue of lights. Boy do the Japanese know how to do lights, these were brilliant! Each set of lights had a different theme, from ...