Kurume Hotel Esprit
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... Pollock caviar. Crazy salty but really good. Followed by more amazing food, skewers with chicken skin, chicken balls, pork, pork fat, beef and I'm not really sure about the other two but I'm sure it's probably for the best I don't know. Then for the final course a massive bowl of Ramen. Sorry forgot to get a photo of it before digging in. As the home of Ramen this of course was the best I've had this trip!! A great final meal for ...
... suite on the 33rd floor.
The club lounge at the hotel proved to be a sad joke, as was the lacking service.
Still, we're in the 3rd biggest suite in the hotel, for free (points).
Dinner was an ordinary pizza. As we dud not have time to go out, we just hung out by the hotel and inhaled the beautiful views of the sea and the Fukuoka Tower.
Tomorrow morning we're off back to Seoul in South Korea, for the final two days of our adventure.
... Sadly I only got to spend a few hours here as I transferred back to Tokyo from Fukuoka. My two Swiss friends spent a few says in Fukuoka as they sailed to Korea from its port and I sort of wish I could have stayed a little longer because it looked like they had a great time!
... seen tatami mats before, but I had never stepped on them. No one ever mentions the light sweet scent of igusa straw. The bathtub was also a bit of a surprise. Think vertical, not horizontal. It was pretty great to sink into the hot tub the next day after the festival.
Well my first official day in Fukuoka started with a bang at 3AM. I didn't do it on purpose, but my arrival coincided with the last day of the Hakata Gion Yamakasa Festival. This is a celebration in ...
... some pretty large hills with some tunnels stretching 3 or 4 kms. Lots of forest and steep river valleys.
Fukuoka is the 5th largest city in Japan. Big and sprawling, but flat so easy to walk.
Did the obligatory sights - temples. Not so good though. Set amongst the high rise buildings and not in nice gardens. Afer Tochoji, Shofukuji, and Jotenji decided to give the rest a miss (easy decision) but have to admit I did walk past ...