Tokuyama Daiichi Hotel
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... very reflective. October will mark the sixth year of working on the road. Being a big fan of Viktor Frankl and his work, I always seem to be in search of the meaning of my experiences. What can I take away from my road experiences?
I have learned lessons about big ideas through the experiences of many people living their daily lives. Instead of big ideas directing ...
... After that, we again were going to go back to the hotel, but I noticed that there was a sushi shop next to the arcade and Lane had been saying he wanted to have some sushi so we stopped in there and it was a sushi train. You could order off the menu from a touch screen at the table and a little train would come from the kitchen to your table with your order. It was pretty cute.
We went back to the hotel and hid out until ...
... type room we headed back out after the hot part of the day was over. We walked down the a bar near the university that we used to go to, Hakkenden. When I was in university, we would go there sometimes in the early evening because they had a 100円 special for a couple of hours on weekdays that I was hoping Lane and I would catch, but when we got there, the guy running it informed us that he was not ready to make any food, even though ...
... glasses and a sake decanter and took a cab back to the hotel.
That evening we went out on Yudaonsen street after the sun went down to see if there was anything good to do. There is a cafe in Yuda that we used to go to during university and I wanted to take Lane there. We had tried to go the night before, but it was full. So we went out right after they opened at 5 and got a table. This cafe is kind of a bar. They have this special where you pay a certain amount of ...
... we rushed on the train while Stapp stayed behind. Our train rolled out just as Duc and Kelsey made their way up the stairs to the platform. Once we arrived in Kyoto we received a disheartening call from Stapp. Apparently, Duc had lost her rail pass. The rail passes are for two weeks and cost a pretty penny so you can imagine the panic. Stapp told us to go ahead to Kameoka while he and the girls searched for the railpass. Well, we did as we were told and eventually ...
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