Hotel Wakow (Yonago)
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... public and private lives. The garden area was beautiful, and extended up the hill into dense forest.
Unfortunately, the Matsue History Museum was closed today, so after crossing the Kitasomon Bridge, which is the gateway to the castle, reconstructed in 1994 as a duplicate of the original wooden bridge from the Edo era, we took ourselves off for a leisurely lunch and an early day to get ready for our trip tomorrow, when we get the bus to Osaka.
... let us down, I asked her to help us find something.
Anyway, in the end, what we did get was far better than anything we could have hoped for. We had a complete Japanese home and, although the style was of a bygone era, the conveniences were all available, even a western toilet, although it sat over a hole in the ground. We had a Japanese bed which we found it marvellously warm and comfortable, although a bit of a struggle to get up in ...
... 50% discount for foreigners - 1150 yen instead of 2300! Of course, again, Fox and Mouse felt much sorrow for the sisters Ito; every other country privileges the local before the foreign - ahh, Japanese hospitality.
After a drive through snow, they arrived in Kurashiki and a delicious dinner ordered from a machine (but brought out by a human).
... lack of a proper foundational knowledge severely impeded her appreciation of places like Izumo-taisha.
As a student, she learned much that was of little interest at the time, but now, when faced with those things, that long-ago-acquired knowledge kicks in and interest grows boundlessly. Unfortunately, she was never compelled to learn much of ancient Asian history or culture. However, to be fair, there isn't enough time to study everything.
... jeszcze góruje nad miastem, a w nim samuraja! Aby zwiedzić komnaty zamku musieliśmy zdjąć buty i w kapciuszkach mogliśmy już chodzić po drewnianych podłogach.
Przechadzaliśmy się alejkami wypełnionymi dawnymi domami samurajów oraz świątyniami aż dotarliśmy do complexu drewnianych domków, w którym zatrzymaliśmy się aby spróbować lokalnej kuchni - zupa ...