Travel Blogs from Kuwana
Today, Nagoya will be mostly closed for a typhoon. After a quick trip to the castle-closed-I found myself at the main station for a ride to the railway museum. But that (museum) was also closed; at least I found out before getting there, thanks to a member of staff jumping on my uncertain pause in front of the Aonami line. That was actually due to my subway day pass not working there, since that's not a subway line, but it saved me the journey and the ...
... my upcoming journey-"and you get to travel on the Shinkansen!" He was right to emphasise it, it's a fabulous way to travel. So I did. The standard tickets had sold out, so I'd paid an extra ¥1000 for the green car-sort of like first class-which was very roomy and very empty, only two other people in it. The train fair whizzes along, and this is the older kodama version which I think must be slower as well as multi-stopping, judging by the extra time it ...
... coloured wood like Pine. Now the castle was next, at the top or observation deck a 360 degree gave glimpses of the city. As we made our way down each floor, more and more history was told with stories, drawings, paintings and actual artifacts. It was one of the highlights of my trip so far. Wanting to get out of the warm sun, a labyrinth of twists and turns through the various shops, brought us to a place to enjoy some ...
... time you want to use the room for, paying in 15 minute segments. We chose an hour. You are than given a private room number, which in our case would have seated 8 comfortably. There was thousands of songs to choose from, Japanese, Chinese, and English. I decided on Ring of Fire by Johnny Cash. Lets just say, no record labels will be trying to sign me anytime. Yuki and I took turns singing songs. She was by far the more talented one. Just like that the hour was over. Both ...
... then maybe. In either case, when it comes to movies (the same is true for books, by the way) I like almost everything enough to watch it once. That being said, if I ever give you a movie recommendation it only means that I didn't hate it, nothing more.
The airport in Japan looks a lot like any other airport you've ever been in except there is Japanese writing everywhere. Yes, it's about as exciting as it sounds.
Up to this point, I've taken ...
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