Kurume Hotel Esprit
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... being so old, I had to make do with the protector from the new GF6. It is slightly smaller but will have to do.
We had a udon dinner at a small restaurant on the basement level of the train station. Cheapest meal yet at 490 yen pp. We made a quick trip to the Tokyu Hands department store for a quick look see.
By the time we got back to the hotel, it was almost 9pm. Time for the obligatory laundry and blog. ...
... 8217;s 6th largest city with a population of about 1.5 million people. It is ranked high in the list of the world’s most livable cities. The city is very clean, with designated smoking areas limited. Violation of the smoking rules results in a very heavy fine and tourists are not exempt for this! Many bicycles abound but no one wears a helmet.
Cultural events and sporting events find the area welcoming. The young people can ...
... and their customs. We feel blessed to have missed our Tokyo Port of Call to visit these two cities.
Barbara soon found the 100 yen store, under a different name, so I was told to “cool my heels” while she went into extreme shopping mode. I wasn't entirely bored, however, as the store is also a favorite of “dressed to the nines” beautiful Japanese women. J
Finding the correct place to stand to catch the ...
... was fading but we were lucky to be able to see a ceremony of poetry writing. We caught the tail end of it, with the dancing girls in a kimono. After that, we rushed off the try to catch the sunset at the shrine.
To return, we had to do it all in reverse. However, this time, there weren't enough taxis. By the time we reached the station,the other had been waiting for a little while. It was quite late so we went to the basement level for dinner.
... to take a day trip with Steve to Nagasaki, taking the 11pm express train, giving us time to have a bit of a lazy morning. Fukuoka is known for its Tonkotsu Ramen so David and Steve wanted to head out at 9.30 for some breakfast Ramen. Hot soup and noodle isn’t my preferred breakfast on a hot day (it was 30 degrees) so I went out on my own and headed for a bakery down the road for some freshly baked morning pastries and coffee. Finding the bakery only ...