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... Custard Taiyaki (Fish shaped pan cake with filling)
· Sushi train
o Ebi (Shrimp)
o Salt water Eel
o Marbled Tuna
o Tempura Corn
o Tamago (Omelette)
o Chicken ...
... We took the rapid local train which is 45 minutes to Kyoto much quicker than we thought and nearly missed the stop! Once we started walking from the station I had flash backs to 5 years ago but not enough to remember exactly where the accommodation was ! I did remember all the bikes out the front though ! I also remembered there was the new building and the old building . Chilling out in the common area we reread the ...
... cutter houses of typical suburbia (think Weeds theme song). In fact my favorite house in Columbia is the little hobbit house on the corner of Ash and West Boulevard. It is quaint and idyllic and its sloping roof and curved lines make it feel more a part of nature than of man. The little Inn we were lucky enough to visit tops this and every other local green construction I'm sure. The host has been in the process of creating this getaway for over 10 years and ...
... This Sunday was museum day! We hit up not only the Ukiyo-e Museum of wood block printing but also the Matsumoto Museum of Art. Both museums were wonderful and both deserve an entry each I'm sure, but I will try to only focus on the former and leave the latter for a later date and summarize it for you now in two words...polka dots. I don't mean to be cryptic (well maybe I do) but time is of the essence and the longer I sit twiddling my thumbs over the keyboard the ...
... we would have to leave for the airport but at least it wasn't the airport floor. We enquired about free activities in Osaka and Shawn very sweetly offered to pay for us to join him for the day to go up the Umeda Sky Building and wouldn't take no for an answer. We really have met some exceptionally kind people along the way. The futuristic building climbs 170 metres in to the Osaka skyline and offers panoramic views that were ...