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- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Banquet room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... the idea is the same) and for the big toilet business they have the old Japanes toilet which resembles what we in the west know as the French toilet (basically a hole in the ground, where you have to crouch over and aim) or, and here we get to the point, the so called "western toilet"! This is a toilet that we all know (and love) but funilly enough there are some big differences to our normal western toilets. First of all, of course, they ...
... space for 8000 new pictures. It is unfortunate that we only have 3 more days in Japan. Anyhow, back to our day in Kagoshima: when we left the aquarium, a Japanese guy tried to say something to me and was moving his arms in the opposite direction we were heading. So we turned around and saw the vulcano releasing some ashes. It was short but great to see: a mountainfart. This volcano often bursts so we might just get lucky ;) On the way back to the ...
while about 200 years ago the Satsuma Clan jung students embarked on a Journey to Great Britain for them it was an Eye opener which transformed Japan to the Western Civilizations. However today that spirit is somewhat missing mainly in the Language speaking department. The Museum while nice and well presented is lacking basics. The Audio Guided Tour did not work.... No Wifi in the Museum otherwise google would have provided that Service....no English speaking Tour ...
I wanted the rent a car since my Bicyle I had left in Florida to lighten the Load in my SX for the long overwater Legs to Alaska where my my Bike is of no use anyway. Having an International Driving License is not good enough in Japan since those newer License are based on the 1968 Convention but Japan ...
... owner of the Ryokan had inherited the establishment from his parents who had run the place for over 40 years. The owner - Oyama-san - actually spoke really good English and was very helpful. As there was very little wind, I mentioned that I was hoping to find a windsurfer to rent so I could go and sail around the very interesting volcanic island called Chiringashima. Oyama-san immediately started calling around and speaking to people in Japanese. He eventually explained that ...