Hotel Plum/ Cosmo Y
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- Multilingual staff
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Nach einer nicht so erholsamen Nacht, suchen wir uns als erstes ein Café zum Frühstücken - diesmal ist es im nicht im Übernachtungspaket enthalten. Antje geht es nicht so gut: Husten, Schnupfen und Kopfschmerzen plagen sie. Es gibt also eine kurzen Umweg über eine Apotheke. Da etwas nicht direkt gibt, glauben wir Google …
Das heutige Frühstück beinhaltet Lachs als Fisch. Das bringt Antje aber nix. Dafür ist das Rührei safe. Michi kann sich nicht beschweren und freut sich wider über reichlich Zuwanderung auf seinem Teller. Nach dem Auschecken nehmen wir wieder den Bus zurück zur Odawara Station. Diesmal können beide sitzen und genie …
... cultural items from as early as the 5th Century. Unfortunately we did not have time to explore each of the five buildings that constitute the Museum, however what we did see was extremely diverse and impressive. There were beautifully written scrolls, some of which were Buddhist sutras, written in traditional Japanese calligraphy, as well as kimonos and Buddhist statuettes with crystal eyes. Gabriel was particularly fond of ...
... br> Sayonara.
ADDENDUM: So I flew home on Qatar Airways, with a stopover in Doha. At the boarding gate for my connecting flight to Heathrow, I was given a last second upgrade to Business Class! The only other times I’ve gotten bumped up on long haul flights were trips to Zambia. But I always assumed this was God’s way of rewarding me for my works with the orphanage. I wonder what I did to deserve it this ...
... great fun! The paths were beyond crowded, its was busy and crazy and everyone had a smile on their face.
A Buddhist temple sat above the crowds and food stalls, the only sign of tranquility in all this brilliant craziness.
We walked around the town, everywhere is busy today! The side streets were crammed with shoppers and it was worth walking here just for the experience!
We finished the evening off in an Indian/Nepalese restaurant where the curries were devine!