- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... were on, is the International Terminal. Level 2, easily accessible by going DOWN on any of the several escalators and an elevator, is the shopping/eating mall. It is spacious, clean and nicely laid out There were many small restaurants with typical displays in the windows of the foods and prices available at each. It also had a Starbucks. There was also plenty of other shopping: Not just tacky souvenirs, but nice clothing and jewelry, as well as extensive selections of ...
... went, on a national holiday, though the port wasn't as busy as the centre of town despite a queue to get into the aquarium. After the cruise I headed for the Tenpozan Ferris wheel, billed as either the largest or one of the largest in the world. A contentious subject perhaps. Somewhere there is probably a Ferris Wheel World (rotating you news every month) letters page filled with suggestions of how to apportion the prize. For me, great, might as well be on a big one if ...
... In front of us, built into the table were little hot-pots filled with boiling water to cook our vegetables and meat in. After memorising the english instructions on how to cook/eat, we started cooking away. The dipping sauce which we placed our meat/vegetables into was delicious. After dinner we got in a taxi to see the cherry blossoms brightly lit, only to be there for a few minutes before the lights went out at ...
... who can give us the rules to the game (in English).
And right next to the Pachinko Casinos are often times entertainment arcades for the younger set. And what would you expect to see in this type of facility given the high tech reputation of Japan- certainly not hordes of those gravity hook games where you try to latch on to a fuzzy toy and drop it into the exit chute.
And then you get into the really weird stuff. There's a number of 'Love ...
... They can fix me, when I get back to Switzerland!
Protected by my new temple umbrella I proceed to the museum. It's historical. I prefer arts - modern arts. Yesterday's should have been good, but by the time we got there, I had to run for my train. Anyways, it's an interesting collection and especially the buddha exibition is quite stunning. So is my next stop, the Kasuga Taisha Shrine in the forest and the closeby view point ...