Omijima Kanko Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
Travel Blogs from Nagato
... After that, we again were going to go back to the hotel, but I noticed that there was a sushi shop next to the arcade and Lane had been saying he wanted to have some sushi so we stopped in there and it was a sushi train. You could order off the menu from a touch screen at the table and a little train would come from the kitchen to your table with your order. It was pretty cute.
We went back to the hotel and hid out until ...
... to be a museum for a famous Japanese poet. That was a bit of a problem for us, because everything was in Japanese and even the displays were old books. The lady at the front desk was able to give us a photocopy of an English book explaining the poets life and why he is so signifigant to Japanese history. The museum wasn`t all that interesting, but it was cool and indoors, so we sat down and read all about this Japanese poet.
After the museum, ...
... glasses and a sake decanter and took a cab back to the hotel.
That evening we went out on Yudaonsen street after the sun went down to see if there was anything good to do. There is a cafe in Yuda that we used to go to during university and I wanted to take Lane there. We had tried to go the night before, but it was full. So we went out right after they opened at 5 and got a table. This cafe is kind of a bar. They have this special where you pay a certain amount of ...
... white fox statue.
I showed Lane the Ashiyu, which is a hot spring for feet, but it was way too hot outside to put our feet into. It is wonderful in the winter. What people normally do there is go to the 7 Eleven, buy some beer and then go to the Ashiyu and sit with your feet in the water, drink beer and talk.
Next we wondered around trying to find a place to have a drink, but it was so hot outside, and I couldn`t find a good bar to go to so we went to the convenience ...
... at the university, he wasn't there. But I did meet a lady from the admin office that I recognized and she remembered me, she even remembered my name! It's been 6 years since I studied there! Now we are back at Mizue's house for supper. Tonight we're having Japanese BBQ. Tomorrow we will leave Mizue's house and go to our first hotel in Yamaguchi on a road called Yudaonsen, which is where me and my friends in university used to spend a lot of our free ...