Niigata Keihin Hotel
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... in an eatery. The eatery was Kogetsu and it looked like it had seen better days. When we were looking at the menu in front of the eatery, a friendly cook came out and talked to us. She said squid ball was a speciality of the area and highly recommended it for us. Eventually, we had lunch there and squid ball was very good. All's well that ends well. We were satisfied with the trip to Sado and headed home.
When we went back home, we took a jetfoil to Niigata and ...
... station in beautiful weather with sunshine and blue skies, of course forgetting our water bottle in the freezer at the hostel, so if you're there, please help yourself to the green bottle in the bottom of the freezer. There's also some bread in the FREE basket and multivitamin juice and milk in the fridge, so help yourself.
The train is fully booked, so we drag our suitcases to the queue for the non reserved car and wait in line with Australians, Germans, Spaniards, ...
To cool off from all this excitement we hired bikes and cruised about the city - me on a bouncy single-speeder and Phil on an ‘Expresso’ tourer - cycling out to the beach for dips in the bath-water warm Sea of Japan. The golden town beaches were busy with families and groups of youngsters hanging out. Off another beach there was a dinghy race taking place and off another jet skis ...
I worked with Shun Sawada in 1995 teaching English at Niitsu High School and had the pleasure of meeting his lovely wife, Suzuyo, many times as she taught me Ikebana, Japanese flower arranging. Such a beautiful home, delicious food and stunning Japanese garden and bonsai. A wonderful visit to Yahiko mountain and shrine and the seaside. A trip into Niigata city to Kobari Beach, Sea of Japan. Such kind ...
... 60's or 70's when it was built, the hotel let us drop our bags off as it was still early in the day when we got there and our room wasn't ready yet. Grabbing an armful of souvenirs out of his bag Morgan was on his way to the nearby post office to tackle the world of sending a package overseas without speaking a single word of Japanese that could be helpful when some may say “unfortunately” we past a large multi story building called “animate” which ...