Nishitesu Inn Kamata
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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... br> Narita to Haneda airport (still in Tokyo)
And finally I will be traveling from
Haneda airport to Okayama
Then I can relax! I am SO tired!!
P.S. - Getting on the bus was kind of embarrassing I probably looked like a lost puppy. The ticket guy said "hai" to me (which is "yes" in Japanese) and I automatically said "Hi!" (As in hello) :/
I have to start getting used to saying ...
... could understand. Sumi taught us how to make the main dish, with comprised of grilled mackerel, and two side dishes: Oshinko (pickled vegetable sushi) and miso soup (radish, seaweed, and tofu soup). This relates to the traditional ingredients of Japanese cuisine, the sparing use of red meat, oils and fats, and dairy products. Fish is also a major ingredient in Japanese cuisine because of ...
... in Moscow. At 5 C it was quite chilly.
It is at this point that I choose to say again what I’ve said before:
IT WAS EMPTY AS ****
There was not a soul there. I was the last through the passport check and it simply closed and locked behind me. To be honest, that combined with the fact that the Russian ladies behind the passport check were speaking Russian behind my back and laughing made me feel like I’d done something wrong.
... done all our research with our fingers and toes crossed, we were hoping to see some blossom during our time in Japan. As we walked through the grounds of Senso-Ji we could see the first tight buds just beginning to open on the surrounding cherry trees. Considering that we were going to be staying in Japan for almost 3 weeks, we took that as a good sign that at least some of the buds would bloom during our holiday: all we wanted to see was just one cherry tree in full ...
... of the cleanest cities I have ever been to. It definitely has a New York City feel to it just 10x cleaner. In addition, they are super organized in that there sidewalks are labeled where you must walk on the left side! The stairs too. The only down side about Tokyo was that it is not very tourist friendly. Nothing is in English, no one speaks to you in English, no one is willing to help you out in the streets. It was rather difficult to get around. Thank goodness we had a map. ...