Hotel Route Inn Tokuyama Ekimae
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... mall seemed to be more for the locals rather than a touristy type mall (or at least we thought so!) - just the way we like it!
We checked out the Izutsuya Department store there - the top floor had some very spectacular artifacts, crystal and china, which were not only beautiful, but also came with some spectacular prices!
We wandered over to the Ryufukji Temple, a few blocks from the mall, through the side streets. The entry way lined with a ...
... very hilly, through and around small mountains and forest. We traveled through many tunnels on a toll highway to get to our destination. There were warning signs, to be on the lookout for the Racoon-dog, a strange looking creature from the signs, as they apparently like running across the highways. The speed signs were all digital so they could be easily adjusted for the weather or driving conditions. Average speed limit today was 80 kms.
... taxi driver(!) drove our group back to the Yamaguchi Grand Hotel. 10 of us decided to finish the evening with a visit to the Izakaya Nonta Pub on the lower level, we actually closed the place at 11 pm. We had a few drinks, shared some appetizers including some edamame beans, kimchi, cheese sticks, deep fried chicken bites and some deep fried blowfish.
Another full day comes to an end with happy spirits, happy bellies and good friends!
... we showed Shaun some things looked the same from when we were here 6 ˝ years ago – the ball diamonds and tennis courts were still there. The highway which was under construction before was now completed, and of course, Stella’s café had just opened up recently.
During the afternoon was perfect time for a little rest, and a short walk around Shin-Ymaguchi for us, before the evening festivities, while Haruna and Robert ...
... to the Roughrider game (even though it was another loss). We finally boarded our Bullet Train for the 2 hour trip to Yamaguchi. The trip went pretty fast, except that I was a little asleep at the switch, and we missed getting off in Yamaguchi, as these trains do not stop for long. We ended up getting off at the next station about 100 kms away. We caught the next Shinkansen back, but it wasn't an express and took 3 ...