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... rings truer than when referring to family and friends. In this area I find myself as rich as royalty. The thread of love and friendship that runs through both my immediate and my extended family is both verifiable and strong. It is a web that binds us together for all the right reasons and lends the support we all dearly need. My visit home was filled with love, laughter and lots of joy (in addition to way too much eating and drinking!). Thanks ...
... was really modern and interesting architecturally, very new and in many ways reminiscent to the Kyoto station. It really stood out against the rest of the city, which seemed a lot older.
The parade started at two in the afternoon right outside the east gate of Kanazawa station. We didn't have the best vantage point, but we could see hundreds of people in traditional Japanese attire - there was a group of women all in the same colored kimonos, ...
... animals - cows etc.
The coast was quite rocky and uninviting. The Alps still have quite a good covering of snow so quite pretty.
The villages were more authentic Japanese, with particular reference to the houses. At last lots of roofs with black tiles with detail ( turned up ends and decoration at tthe end of the roof ridge.) Mostly the wall cladding is cedar weatherboards, just left ...
... when it means having to wait another hour for the next bus or train. We didn't master this last point until we almost missed our ship's tour to the Takayama Alpine Route (out of today's port, Toyama), where we drove up to the mountains that are aka the Japanese Alps. Arriving at our meeting point with just moments to spare, we've learned to set our alarm 15 minutes earlier than usual. The stares from our ...
... of great cultural achievements during the Edo Period, rivaling Kyoto and Edo (Tokyo), being the seat of the Maeda Clan, the second most powerful feudal clan Kanazawa was also Japan's second largest city (after Kyoto) to escape destruction by air raids during WWII As a result parts of the old town, such as the Nagamachi samurai district and chaya entertainment districts, have survived and are among the top places to visit. A chaya (i.e. teahouse) is ...
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