Yokosuka Prince Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... in these stunning portable Shinto shrines and march them around town, chanting and singing as they go. (I'm glad my God is always with me!)
The mikoshi resembles a miniature building with pillars, walls, roof, a veranda and railing. Most are hand carved, some painted with gold. The shrines are transported by "shouldering" them. There are usually two large beams or poles ...
... and Sue had already had a delicious roast pork lunch, Sue but not Barbara, had been provided with white slippers and a tray of gigantic strawberries which had been dipped in chocolate! Pity Sue can't eat strawberries. As I write this we are two hours away from Tokyo and on Tokyo time it is 2:30am. We are about to be served dinner. Our last meal was breakfast about eight hours ago. The plane has very few passengers which has meant ...
... know it doesn't take long for raw chicken scraps to stink up the house. By the time we take this one out, the trash is actually frozen!
We have trash pick-up 6 days a week, each day is something different. Joe has decided, since he doesn't have a yard to mow, his new job title is "Sanitation Management". This is such a tedious job. Here is what happens to one water bottle: Remove the wrapper, ...
... was already not an option for them. The big pool was not too crowded, but there were deffidently more people there than in our pool back at home. They get in the water with their masks on and the lifeguard comes over to tell us they are not allowed to wear them. Only goggles. What?! These kids were ticked! (and over tired from being up since 4:19AM) They decided they didn't want to swim anymore so ...
... history and how they played a role in the art of storytelling. There was a section dedicated to Kamishibai, old time story tellers who would travel around villages telling stories and showing static animations in a box (like a tv) to help emphasise or further illustrate a point or emotion related to the story. This was also used to spread Christianity to those who were illiterate. Cartoons and especially the Manga style of drawing is very much alive ...