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... we made our way to our hotel in Kyoto - a short subway ride from the main station - and as it turned out, it was a great little place. With the exception of the fact that they allowed smoking in the reception area - which meant it did smell, but no one was actually smoking there at least.
Shortly after arriving, Wendy and I popped out to grab something for dinner - Cindy had had enough for the day and decided to call it a day. The area that we were ...
... whether it was necessary or justifiable in the theatre of war. I don’t think the answer is black or white. I’m sure Japan would have eventually surrendered without the dropping off two Atomic bombs. The Soviet Union was always going to join the Allies and declare war and Russia once Germany had fallen, which would have hastened the Japanese surrender. I would say the atomic bombs prompted Japan to surrender sooner but was not necessary to win the war. While ...
... are so fun. after, we got dinner and breakfast at lawsons. we also went to a mister donut, baskin robbins and mcdonalds.
we walked back to the hotel and packed there. the boys would pound on the wall if the knew someone was in the girls room. They even threw coins.
after, we wrote post cards and went to bed.
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... deduced what she was shouting at me about, and we were finally on our way, with reserved seat tickets on a shinkansen in hand.
After purchasing some fantastic chicken katsu (cutlet/snitzel) bentos (lunchboxes) for the trip, since we hadn't yet had breakfast, we queued and boarded the train. Testament to the comfort and smoothness of a shinkansen journey, Isabelle quickly became bored with the scenery whizzing by at a few hundred kilometers ...
... once, it is the first time I have the feeling I get an idea of the city even if I do not belong to those people who measure their knowledge of a place by how many bars they have seen and hangovers they have acquired ... Nigiyaka (lively) and wide as the hiro in Hiroshima indicates seem to describe it quite well. What I really like is that people are no longer extremely surprised, that a foreigner is able to speak some Japanese, ...