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... many shoppers - not sure how all the shops survive. Canal City also has a floor ( well nearly a floor) of restaurants that are just Ramen noodle places. You only go to that food area if you want Ramen!!!
The castle ruins were....... !!!! Just the stone walls around where the castle was are left. So can you call that "castle ruins"? Quite a big site, and where the "castle was" there are sports facilities ( tennis courts etc) and ...
... Though I never went in because it too was closed, and I never came back to enter, the entrance is constantly open to the public. You walk into a large circle surrounded by nicely trimmed trees to shield you from the noise and view of outside. This walkway you enter takes you to the right, circling around this massive circular pool. You walk all the way around this pool, which is something like 19 meters in diameter, until you can enter. This slow walk around the calming ...
... to a 5 star hotel because of a crowded convention.
Oh, a funny incident happened on the way here; I board the modern Korean bullet train and quickly stuff my backpack and duffel bag on the open overhead racks as the aircraft-like cabin fills with people. As the train accelerates to its 120 mph clip I look around and notice all the people on the other side of the ...
We booked the flights for this trip way back in August, last year and then didn't do anything more about it, other real-life issues, like work (Andy, that is), family, grandchildren, gardens, etc, taking priority. Towards the end of March, it dawned on us that the time had slipped by and the trip was becoming imminent and so we thought we should start and do some planning. Andy has always wanted to visit Sado Island, home to Kodo, the world renown ...
Struggled to get to sleep last night and didn't wake until just before nine. Roused Andy, who'd also not had a good night, washed and shaved and, as the foot didn't feel too bad, decided to go in search of a pharmacy to get some ibuprofen. Well, the foot didn't feel too bad - until I tried to put my shoe on, when it changed to pure agony.
The reception staff don't speak much English but I've brought my 'Japanese for Busy People', courtesy of my ...
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