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Once again, it's difficult to find a bar. The first place won't serve us a beer without food (and we've just eaten) and the second place, clearly marked "pub" turns out to be a "Japanese Hostess Bar" when we get inside. More than just drinks there, I think. The third place is a simple, steamy noodle bar, right next to the hotel. It doesn't look the …
... we went to a restaurant that specialises in Okonomiyaki. These are a spiced crepe or pancake where ingredients are often particular to a certain locality. They were flavoured with a Worcestershire type sauce and were really very tasty - you order from a range of meats or even a combination. This type of eating is really cheap - dinner and drinks (beers and soft drink) tonight cost 9100 Yen (~ $95) for all 11 of us. I ...
2 bus rides ~ 1 hour each with a 90min stopover at Nagano saw us arrive at Nozawa mid afternoon. This place is a total contrast to Hakuba. It is a small town built into a steep sided valley with lots of tiny winding streets and funny little shops and alleys. We are staying at a Ryokan - a traditional Japanese hotel, which is quaint and interesting. As you walk into reception you take shoes off and are issued with slippers for walking around. ...
... was all so exciting at first and I couldn’t stop myself from making
yogurt. But like most things teenagers get interested in, I eventually
lost interest in it, most likely tempted by the rainbow of flavors at the
supermarket, which were highly sweetened and were accompanied by a pretty
brilliant ad campaign. And I switched to those.
It wasn’t until I became a mature adult – although some say they’re
Drunk, the stars in the sky.Shallow light ink, how to describe you? Time rolls on, the flowers bloom, often hung, water often flows. The star child know?Beauty can be right?Hongyan returned, carrying the stars above!Often have tea why wine, often have the night sky stars twinkling.Also a long time......Write head, painting. Draw the beautiful bright life. Often accompanied by starlight, bathed sky. The peace, the Qing Xu, has been flowing into the ...
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Iidaya Matsumoto
Good standard of accommodation. Obviously built to withstand earthquakes (we had one). Liked the thick chunk of toast for breakfast!
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