The B Nagoya
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Well today we started off early no breakfast met our tour guide just to get to the station by taxi. Caught the Shinkansen (bullet train) to Nagoya 350klms per hr took about 2 hrs fantastic had breakfast on the train which we bought before we got on. Met new guide Akiko who will be with us for 3 days. Next rapid express (120ksph) to Takayama about 2 hrs. We arrived in Takayama & went straight to our ...
... and settled into our seats.
As we arrived in Nagoya, we had to figure out what we were going to do with our limited time because we were only there one night. Due to a Typhoon hitting the southern part of Japan, the weather was awful and pouring out! That made our decision to find something inside. I wanted to try and see a park that had an old pottery factory on it so I made the boys walk with me a couple blocks to the Toyota Museum because that was on the ...
... is barely furnished. All i have is a mattress on the floor, a sofa, a coffee table and a tv on the floor. Oh well i guess i cant complain for $30 a night. The kitchen has a fridge and microwave which is what i like to have available.
No i didnt sleep much at all. The road noise was pretty bad, especially with the wet roads. What does cheer me up is looking out the window to see blue sky, not a cloud in sight. So the day is spent wandering the streets of ...
... city until March 31, 2005.On April 1, 2005, the city of Toyota combined with six peripheral municipalities and saw its total population rise above 400,000 people, thus edging ahead of Toyohashi into second ...
... Area. As of 2000, 2.27 million people lived in the city, part of Chūkyō Metropolitan Area's 8.74 million people.