Hotel New Tohoku
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... have expected it to be better than Chicago where the gates had power points set up.
So my computer says 10 am and I think it must be 11 pm here. I have 12 hours to wait. I think I sort of slept for the night already so I may not be so sleepy - which is good since the sleeping accommodations here in the meeting area are poor.
This is a start, however.
... our wonderful views we went back down to go to the Winter Sports Museum. I had read about this in a lot of the tourist books but they forgot to mention that everything is in Japanese. They do have an interactive section through, so we tried our best at ski jumping and bob sled simulations.
At this point I was really starting to feel the affects of the migraine I had had since the previous night so once we returned to the apartment, Chris and Dad were on their own for dinner. ...
... that maybe here was a place to stay for longer despite being 25% more expensive. But when I came back from Nikko I was back at Khaosan, this time round the corner at their 'smile' building. Another bargain, and this time I lounged on their roof terrace while my washing dried. Only two days available there, and I moved to Toco. The front room doubles as a living room and bar, with locals joining us from 7 onwards. The hostel itself is an old building out the back, ...
... to go, how to do things, what not to do, public service announcements.
There are lots of tiny adorable things in this country: tiny people, tiny
desserts, tiny spoons, tiny bottles of soy sauce, tiny trash cans, tiny cartoon
mascots... My only complaint was the tiny hotel room with barely room to move.
(Clearly there was no Hilton in Kyoto). And the bowing… oh how I will miss the
bowing. Sigh. And I will miss the ...
... fluffy result from a standard dryer with a Bounce sheet. Another option to dry your clothes is to put them in the shower! Yes, the shower!
The bath room is another unique Japanese feature that is common in I believe every home. For having a small living space, the Japanese dedicate a good amount of space to their shower room. The shower room is a walk-in room that is the size of a walk in closet where the entire room is a shower, and there is ...