- High-speed internet in room (free)
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
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... of fun watching and hanging out with gym people. It takes an amazing guy to have enough patience to watch a competition for three days straight, while hanging out with a bunch of gym kids!
On day 1, my group of little girls competed. They are between 6-8 years old and in their level they only compete vault, bars and floor. They will compete beam in their next competition in August. Also - vault is not actually a vault, or even a mat stack. They use the ...
... early (6:30) in the morning and avoiding the rush hour to secure our place at number 60 in the line. For the hour we waited an older Japanese lady tried to explain some of the details too us without much success. However we did learn that an English copy of the program would be available and that the best wrestlers were Mongolian.... For the three hours we stayed you could regularly hear the slapping of thighs, gymnastic displays of ...
... amp; they had to wait 2 hours ( until the clouds cleared ) to find them again!
From Tokyo, we caught the 'Bullet Train' to Kyoto. The 'Bullet Train' is amazing. It goes around 270km per hour, it’s super clean, efficient and they serve Sushi and Sake! Winning!!! And when the Train Conductor walks through the carriage, to check tickets, he bows to the carriage as he leaves. Classic Japan! The first time we had a 'Bullet Train' wizz by us we actually screamed. ...
... Japanese tv has been hilarious and interesting . Of course we don't understand anything and our love for j pop has decreased !!! On a side note when I left Sydney I was given a wombat and take photos . Well as you will see in the photos wombat is well and enjoying the company but as you can see he may be hijacked !!! This adds to the fun of the adventure ! Off to watch the Dutch v the Mexicans in the World Cup from my tatami bed ! Kyoto tomorrow ...
... aftermath. Despite lingering doubt by some, Cindy and I were willing to accept the risks for intense culinary and cultural rewards. The initial plans were to go immediately to Kyoto and try to catch the end of Hanami (cherry blossom) season. However, even though we started planning our itinerary weeks in advance, practically all accommodation was already fully booked. There was this one 54 bed dorm option still available but I don't ...