Shonan Village Center
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Indoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Conference facilities
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Travel Blogs from Hayama-machi
... wander about have a snack. Growing boys they want to eat every five minutes! Tg for Seven Elevens to fill up hungry boys. Maxi has a sixth sense for them. Like me he'll try anything; Huges is so far sticking to things he recognises, like ham and cheese toasties. I'm hoping he'll get more adventurous the food is really good! The Tokyo sky tree emerges now and then from the clouds. We decide not to go up the tower as there was a good chance the view would be ...
... 40 minutes late and had been left waiting. Our big backpacks were on the floor in the reception and I had my little daypack near me so I picked it up to get some water while we were talking and suddenly the guy grabbed me and my bag and started shaking me and trying to pull my bag off me. I was so shocked! I shouted for him to get off and Dave was telling him too but he wouldn't stop shaking me. He was shouting at us "No, you don't leave" and we said "What on earth are ...
... from TripAdvisor and set out for a real Japanese meal. Despite the maze-like streets, we find the restaurant. It had closed 10 minute prior to our arrival. The basement of nearly every major office building is a multilevel complex of shops and restaurants. We duck in to the first open restaurant we find, a small izakaya restaurant serving a little bit of everything: sashimi, yakitori, miso and, thankfully, draft beer. ...
... gravel path which was so nice, seeing as we had done so much walk on pavement. There was a spot along the path that displayed hops and ingredients that made Sake. It was neat to see the containers as they resembled large lanterns.
While in the park we also visited Miji Shrine. Before entering the shrine you must wash first, there was a well for which you would dip a ladle into the water and wash each hand (left then right), then your mouth. We then entered the shrine, ...
... amplified the wonderful aromas. The glutinous rice balls, on the other hand, were a kind of culinary Rubicon for us: they look so pasty-white...almost fleshy in a ghostly pale and subtly translucent sort of way...like Robert Pattinson in Twilight. They're most definitely not cooked. I simply can't think of a similar substance that we American's eat that might prepare us for a glutinous rice ball. Anyway, the one we bought, and ...