Tajimi Sun Hotel
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... route round and was covered in runners of all speeds, but also plenty of sights for a non runner-even a windmill. The castle looked glorious with sun on, and I realised the day had become a lovely, by my standards that can't cope with 30degrees, sunny day thanks to the earlier rain and wind. I walked some of my running route from last night, glad to see it in daylight, before heading back, footsore and better disposed toward Nagoya than I had been the day ...
Shinkansen! I'd met a Japanese traveller/staff member (hi Takumi!!) late on last night, and we'd compared notes. He'd been to the UK this year, London and Liverpool, and European mainland, but also travelled though Japan, giving me some useful info along with leaflets on Hiroshima. When I'd mentioned my train ride and potential destinations we'd got bogged down in fares, and the pity of not having a JR rail pass for a while before he turned and gave me a grin, ...
... gate, and some very impressive grounds awaited us. It is the largest Shrine in Nagoya. We than hopped onto the subway, and made our way to Nagoya Castle. Wow or Sugoi as they say in Japan. A great big castle also had a very recently restored palace, which is called Hommaru Palace. The wood work and attention to detail were very impressive. I was equally surprised by the colour of the wood which is called Hinko Cypress. A ...
... I have stayed in. Next was the always fun part of trying to figure out how to use the shower/bathtub. Good thing I had some practice from the public bath the day before. Yuki knew I was curious to do some Karoke, but first she wanted to show me a local park. There were pigeons, ponds, and even an area with many palm trees. After strolling around the park it was time for Karoke. I will admit, Karoke is not my first choice for an activity. Once inside the place you decide ...
... yukata and we ate ramen for lunch. We went back to the house, packed up our sentakumono and came back to our hotel. It was an awkward good-bye as Papa didn't get into the car with us to go back to the hotel. Later, we found out that he thought we were leaving for Tokyo the next day and not spending another night there. Eugene's mom knew our plans so we discussed possibly going to dinner the following night. That's good because I didn't nearly get enough photos of E's parents!! Jo ...
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