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... that come to occupy these gates are the big ones and need lots of space. So between each gate is a "people mover" type of motorized walkway so that passengers can move more quickly from gate to gate. (It's basically an escalator without steps."). The warning sign tells you to be careful and has a pictorial warning that says "Do not allow child to play on walkway." The humorous thing to us was that the children pictured were blond and blue-eyed. Our guess is that ...
... destroyed in the earthquake and resulting tsunami just over three years ago. We passed in between Nagano (site of the '98 Winter Olympics) and Tokyo, the capital of Japan before touching down in Nagoya in central Japan. It was nearing 6:00 pm and was overcast. But through the clouds we could see the red ball of the sun heading toward the horizon. Upon landing, we were all asked to stay in our seats due to a medical emergency up in first ...
Today we went off to Nagoya Castle. So far it has been my favorite and not just because the SAKURA ARE RUFFIANLY IN FULL BLOOM but it had a awesome layout and design. We also went to the palace but it had been rebuilt and was all new so it wasn't as good. The we went to a shrine that was deep in a park that was more like a forest. There I saw Miko-sans! Later we found another discount figure store where I went a bit nuts =P
Inter net is being a *****, pic will come tomorrow night.
... they would say they would be leaving soon, but they agreed to stay for dinner with Eugene's parents coming as well! I was very happy to have Eugene's parents meet them because they have never met any of my family before. We went in two taxis to the Nagoya train station and had the best pizza I've ever had in my life!!! Another bonus was that I got to pay before Mika figured out what I was doing ...
... to just chill and enjoy dinner while listening to some really upbeat music. We enjoyed the food and decided that after dinner, we'd go up to Tokyo TV Tower.
This was the highest point in Nagoya and offered some lovely night views of the city. We got a few more dozen photos of the views but sadly some turned out blurry. We also didn't realize that when we arrived, it was during some love festival. The tower was all pink and love hearts were all over the ...
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