Shonan Village Center
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
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... so was pretty excited to find them for sale at this inn! Day 8 has been an easy walking day and then train rides in the afternoon. The owners of the inn dropped us at the start of our walk, where first we visited a beautiful old Shinto Shrine. The Shrine had originally been at the Tori Pass (1200m) and had been there for about 1500 years, but was being damaged by the elements and the villagers had moved down the mountain to the valley, so they decided to move the Shrine down from ...
... RAC that sold race car driver's gear. I found a pair of red Sparco driving gloves for 10000 yen. On my walk back to Kinshicho Station there was a barber. 1000 yen for a cut. Pointing at clippers and scissors and gesturing hair lengths resulted in an uneventful haircut. Which is exactly what one would want. She vacuumed my head at the end. I've had my head vacuumed at a barber back home and I was holding back my laughter then. Here, it was just part ...
... the grand master went to that he met a famous brewer for whiskey and managed to buy a couple bottles that they labelled for the bar. Sad to leave, but having to head to the airport we paid our bill. I made note on my phone thanking the bartender for his help and telling him he showed us such a good time it was our favorite part of our trip. He was so thankful for that he walked us out the door, took our picture, and bowed to us as we walked the entire way down the alley. It ...
AFTER 6 DAYS IN TOKYO, IT WAS SAD TO SAY GOODBYE. BUT, ONWARD WE MUST GO. THURSDAY, MARCH 19, WE FLEW FROM TOKYO TO SINGAPORE, VIA BANGKOK. THE FLIGHT TIME ALONE WAS 10 HOURS. WE LEFT TOKYO AT 9 AM AND ARRIVED IN SINGAPORE AROUNG 9 PM. GOOD THING WE HAD A RESERVATION AT THE CROWN PLAZA, RIGHT IN THE SINGAPORE CHANGI AIRPORT.
NOW A FEW NELLY REFLECTIONS OF JAPAN:
It’s a humongous city. Not only above ground but also
... there were amazing flowers either side of an archway and a large, loud drum. We went to Yoyogi park and saw singers, photo shoots for magazines, people making music with bowls, and food stalls. We all know that Halloween is on Friday, don't we? Well here they had a Halloween pumpkin parade on Sunday! They do it on weekends so ...