Solaria Nishitetsu Hotel
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... thankful for this trip what I was able to experience in such a short amount of time. Even though it was a quick trip for me I've learned a lot.
One of the things that is different in Japan vs Korea is that they drive on the left side of the road and in the vehicles the drivers are on the right side, not the left side like in Korea ...
... Friday afternoon. This means that I will be able to head back to Korea Friday afternoon after picking up my passport.
For the rest of day and all day tomorrow I will take time to explore the area and I in. I will post pictures of my adventures.
... like I am in a little cove so to speak, I will take a picture later and post. At first they had me on the top bunk of one of the beds, and I quickly realized that was not going to work. I am so thankful that I went back downstairs and asked the gentleman at the front desk if he had a bed that was on the bottom, and he thankfully did. My bed more or less underneath the stairs that leads to the 3rd floor.
... and went to nishijin, a part of the city with small shops and bought yet more stuff ... that we really ;) needed :) Finally we ended up in some more shops, bought yet another luggage and went back to the hotel. We are staying in a beautiful hotel, with very friendly personnel and a very big room. It is a shame that we are only staying for one night. Anyway, to make the most of it, we decided to relax a bit in our room, re-shuffle our stuff ...
... home we hopped in a cab and headed to Nobu’s
parents place for dinner. We all sat on the floor around a low table in the
living room. Brad was allowed to put his legs under the table because his legs
are so long by Japanese standards. Nobu’s mother had prepared a Japanese feast
for us, no less than 6 courses, with wine, beer and sake for refreshments. Nobu’s
sister (who lives in Australia) and her two nieces Misha (7yr.) and Alicia