Sun Palace Matsuzaka
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... a reconstruction of Honmaru Goten Palace with beautifully adorned ceilings and walls.
The bonus with the bus pass is you get a discounted admission to key sites. The admission price was the equivalent of about $4 each for the castle and about $2.50 each for the house. A lot less than you pay for something similar at home.
We then went onto a old feudal lords home that was interesting as it was original, not a ...
... br> very common to have salads with your breakfast which we are really enjoying.
Cai our waiter is from China and has been in Japan for two weeks. He speaks
perfect Japanese and a little bit of English. On day two he came prepared to
describe all that we were eating – he had taken the menu home and learn all the
courses in English. Such a thoughtful thing for him to do.
Needless to say, after all this ...
... toys. Fair enough, they have been amazing on this whole trip.
No money is worth risking a divorce!
Another wonderful Japanese private banquet for dinner.
We have had the most Brilliant time and unbelievable experiences. There is absolutely nothing I would have changed or done differently. I am truly grateful to have been able to have this wonderful 'Gap Year’ with my beautiful little family. ...
... car, some light lunch from Lawson's and then another park found to eat, play (not prey), love, (love not hearing the boy’s whinge for a half hour or so).
Back to the room, rest, back out for a look around a few shops (buy only if you are into Japanese fashion) and then another park = happy children.
Back to hotel, freshen up, dinner.
Another amazing meal and then fireworks from our window, ...
... kept coming and coming. At stages we had no idea what we were eating and it was probably a good thing the language barrier was preventing us from asking.
I even ate a small fish cooked in salt with the head still on…..and the bones and guts too. Just ate the flesh, not the head, bone and guts!
Before retiring we could see the gorgeously lit floats from our room window….charmingly glittering in the still evening river.