Komaki City Hotel
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Gah woke up with such a sore back since the bed had a metal bar right down the center :( But I got to have a filling bacon and egg sandwich from Denny's to make up for it.
Today we went and checked out the Science Museum. One would think this would be a quick stop, but no, 6 different levels of different areas of science and interactive equipment plus a chocolate history display meant a good half of the day. Sadly the chocolate display didn't have ...
... up to Nagishima and went to the theme park there. Although it was cold it was the perfect time to go to the theme park as there was little to no lines for most of the rides :) After going on all of the exciting rollercoasters, some twice, we went and had bagels and walked around the shops before relaxing in another Onsen. The Onsen was massive and had multiple outdoor hot springs of varying temperatures and oils. Heaven to cold limbs.
... of the castle and it's contents but oh well.
The evening consisted of amazing sushi dinner and a few bars for Japanese beer. Communication is a minimum, we've become very good at smiling, nodding and saying 'arigato'.
Osu Kannon temple was destination of the day. It was rather nice. People on their way back from the grocery store just stop off for a quick pray and bow and wave the inscense about then they're off again. Right next to it is ...
What a long long day! Set off from Heathrow at 9 after teary goodbyes. Was more excited than sad though. 11 hour flight to Shanghai was not too great. Our TV screens were the only ones that refused to play movies. And a Chinese lady decided I was her pillow for the night so I got zero to maybe an hours nod off. Natalie dozed and slept. She does the funniest thing where she nods off, as in littrraly nods off and when ...
... Nagoya Station. We were on the hunt for our hotel. This is where things became entertaining. First of all, Nagoya train station is huge. It's underground and there is a massive shopping center that is attached. It's so big that no matter where we walked or what exit we exited the train station, it was going to lead us nowhere near out hotel. The underground network can only be described as a labyrinth of walk ways and tunnels connected to a shopping center.
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