Toyoko Inn Jr. Toyama Ekimae
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... shopping mall, so i think this will be a place to rest for a bit. As i am parking the bike i cannot help to see a huge black cloud that was following me. Just as i get inside it starts to rain very heavily and the wind picks up and starts blowing a gale. Oh well at least i am dry and warm in this walmart sized shop.
After wandering the aisles i head for the food section to get some lunch. They have a nice little dining area where you can eat food bought from the ...
... a lot more. We stopped by a museum by the train station and just walked around the streets of Unazuki Onsen. Had a late lunch of sandwiches at the Mozart Cafe. There were no photos of the food except for the cakes. The others at the cafe said to order the sandwiches, so we did. When the plate came out, there were 8 pieces of sandwiches and we would just share the plate. Then three more plates of sandwiches tuned up. We ...
... on a hot plate ourselves plus an assortment of other meats and pickles as well as squid guts. Needless to say, our John was the only one to eat the stuff. Even Takako refused to touch it. The rice had only been harvested a few weeks ago so this would have been the freshest rice that I have ever tasted.
Most of the food was seafood so Takako had arranged for Joseph to have crumbed chicken instead. There was an egg custard ...
... few cars on roads, by myself alone, but this time, with my family, in city, and it's indeed challenging at first. The process took about 30 mins. My friend wanted to rent one, but without reservation, there's none available.
So I drove two times to carry two families to Dormy Inn, a business hotel that had so many people checking that there's a line! This was the first time that I saw a long line (probably ...
... through the atmosphere I think I can actually hear Abba.
#7. Tiny little town = everyone knows your business. All the time. No matter what. Don't fool yourself into thinking otherwise.
#8. Circus grounds hazards. Including but not limited to:
- Covered electrical wire tubing snaking across all the walkways, placed as such just so you can trip over them in the dark....or when you're late for your call....or if you're busy trying to ...