Travel Blogs from Noda
... ok. We saw whole fish bodies on sticks, squid with all of its tentacles which I thought was really gross..lots of squid being cooked actually.
We then went to the National Museum which was huge. We saw little bowls, figurines of mummies in the Egyptian area, daggers, paintings, scrolls which were really long - one that was of the Great Wall of China. The best part was the Egyptian bit, as they had a mummy in its sarcophagus. Ben's best ...
... boats and learn and study some tips from the fishers in japan. I had asked about 3 people, and the 3rd was more than happy to take me on their trip. So along I went, prayed and hoped I would try and get something hooked on my line.
That's exactly what happened. Using a 35-40cm tuna as bait, I had hooked my first marlin. We were just trolling going an average speed, when bam! My rod had been hit ...
... rain, it wasn't anything an umbrella couldn't handle. We had reservations to explore the inside of the Imperial Palace grounds as our last adventure together in Tokyo. Because the tour is in Japanese, we were given English audio guides, and the tour guide would let us know what number we should be listening too. We definitely missed out on a lot of information because he always talked for much longer than our commentator. The grounds cover an area of 1,150,000 square meters but the ...
... omelet, sausage, salad with vegetables, some sort of coleslaw with a piece of unidentified meat, a roll, and best of all a little container of Haagen daz ice cream :).
When we landed at Narita airport our adventure began. We were not on a tour like in china so there was no guide ...
This weekend I had a girls day with my friend from grad school, Yuki, and Nadia. Since the day's itinerary was going to consist of shopping, browsing around crowded streets full of clothing shops, and walking around aimlessly, my husband declined joining us on this adventure, since these activities are not high on his interest list. I met Yuki at a shopping district called Omotesando which connects to Harajuku, popularized by the image of the "Harajuku Girl", young Japanese girls ...
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking