Isahaya City Hotel
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... were all small local shops, with owner probably living upstairs.
We could see the ship before too long, but there was one last stop to make, the Glover gardens, it's up the hill from the cruise terminal. We were already quite damp by that point as it had been light drizzle all afternoon but I really wanted to see it, despite being all uphill. The famous Puccini opera, Madame Butterfuly is set in turn of the century Nagasaki based on the romance between ...
... think the town of Beppu will be next. Beppu is the Onsen (hot springs) hot spot of Japan. I do have to say that having internet through a pocket wi-fi device makes a big difference in foreign travel. We are able to book our hotels and get information very easily. We are also using it to translate when needed and get us to locations. Google maps and directions is just awesome! Here are some pictures For more info please google ...
... That shut them up..!! It was such a wonderful day ,all I hoped for and more, and I won’t forget our first day in Japan… Tomoko even made the little paper cranes, and gave to everyone, and sang us a song before we completed our day…She was 56 and looked so much younger.. Sam had a shorter ,but excellent tour of the Shipyard and museum, learning so much about the whole process of what happens , a huge operation, from tankers to research ...
... on the way back to stop in a place called Dazaifu. It is famous for a beautiful shrine as well as a popular sweet - a type of baked mochi filled with red bean paste. We stopped for some ice coffee and green tea and some mochi, then browsed through a few local souvenir shops. We rode the train back to Fukuoka, arriving back after 6 pm. We said goodbye to Kazuko who took the bus to her home while Haruyo and the 3 of us took a different bus back to Hakata ...
... Dutch) territory, which used to be an island, and during Japan's 200 year self-imposed isolation the only point of trade between Japan and the Western world. The "hairy barbarians" that lived here were not allowed any further into Japan itself. WE ATE: - Nagasaki speciality noodles, Chan-pon (/champon: seafood, meat and vegetables with thick noodles in hot soup) and Sara-Udon (very similar ...
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