Miyuki Station Hotel Nagoya
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Travel Blogs from Nagoya
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 ...
... end the day we caught up with two of Caitlin's friends in the area for a light show. We walked around with our beer and took in the beautiful displays then headed on for more food and drinks before calling it a night. We headed to our hotel in Nagoya and found a small room with basically just a bunk bed in it, though for $20 each it was more than fine.
Goal: Open my eyes whilst on the scary rides
Status: I did...well most of the time ...
... 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 ...
Once we arrived at the hotel, we made our way up to the room. After surveying the room. I was so happy to find that they had a sauna box within tour room. This was the highlight of my hotel. I couldn't believe it had one, let alone figure out how it was safe. Still after all this excitement. I never used it. It was a novelty that probably sent up the cost of the room and I never got to fully utilize it. It was now time to unpack and explore Nagoya.
Ladies and Gents
Saturday was rain. Not much going on. Hit up subway district for food. Got soaked walking around. Wool slippers are not the best rain shoes as it turns out.
Sunday is bright and sunny. Got out and walked the Sakae/Yaba-cho area. Actually got to go up on the ...