Jodogahama Park Hotel
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Free parking
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... in a dish, often having a one word or vague description like “fried course.” Some have picture menus, but those still don’t clarify types of meat and can be surprisingly unhelpful. If you’re adventurous in eating then you’ll do fine. If you’re a picky eater or actually want to know what kind of meat you are eating it is a big challenge. We have had good luck at 7-11 and other convenience stores ...
... town of Ishinomaki, on arrival on the bus I headed off through the streets and it became immediately apparent that although the town is effectively " up and running" there is still a long way to go to restore it to pre tsunami standing, as I walked through the central area it was quite bizarre to turn a corner and be met with the sight of complete blocks of buildings simply gone with only foundations remaining, as I said this is more shocking because it's just not something ...
Friday morning, Mr. Sasaki, his wife, Kiko, and I all went to Asakusa, the big temple in Tokyo lined by numerous shops of souvenirs, et cetera. I found this a great time to get some items for back home, and, best of all, I bought a kendo sword! I couldn't actually get a real steel one, due to sword laws in Japan, but I did get ...
Thursday started off with many hugs and goodbyes to the host family and all the new friends in Tome. I was sad to part from them, but I was also a bit excited to be going home soon. It's always a strange feeling on trips, isn't it? You want to stay forever, but you also can't wait to get home.
Overall, Thursday was a fairly relaxed day. After a fair amount of travel from Tome to Tokyo, we met up with Mr. Sasaki's daughter ...
... for his noisy and brash way of demanding more treats.
Once arriving at Shiogama, after one last admiring look at the stunning islands behind us, we ate lunch at an Italian (yay, normal food!) restaurant and set off for some more temples. These I found especially interesting because of all the emphasis on the twelve Zodiac animals seen around in various statues and carvings.