Plaza Hotel Premier
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Breakfast Available
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Today was my final day in japan so I decided to use the free bike rental token I'd been given by my hostel for staying for 3 nights. Although there isn't much of specific interest in Fukuoka I found that it was a great city to cycle around. It has a couple of nice parks, one of which has a huge lake in the middle and a small Japanese garden which were both ...
... gave him the advantage, however most of the time the shear mass of the larger(fatter) fighter overpowered his adversary(see picture). It was a great experience to see sumo wrestling in person as it is such a culturally interesting part of Japanese life and it was a good way to spend a day off my feet. Tomorrow I will be having a look around Fukuoka itself before heading on to Thailand on Wednesday ...
... long to really get into the travel life and we have gotten much better at packing our bags, locating new places on the map, asking for directions from the locals and trying as much new food as we can. Our Japanese has improved markedly since we arrived and personally I would love to continue learning the language, once you get into it the common vernacular is cozy and comfortable (the Chinese characters are another story of course). I think it is safe to say that if ...
... an interesting and very ancient geisha and tea house district, and visited a seafood, vegetable and flower market. Giant crabs were on sale, still alive, for the equivalent of $85 each! There were also octopus, squid and any manner of fish. This was an immaculate city—no graffiti, dog waste, and ...
... this hill.
Our ad-hoc staircase route eventually forked out into two paths. We sent Steve forward to investigate the right path, who found that it lead to a dead end. Picking the left staircase, we were eventually led to a major road with a foot path. Perhaps if we followed that road to start with, our ascension would have been much more pleasant (but less fun). We learnt a valuable lesson that day – Google maps does not account for elevation ...