Tonosawa Ichinoyu Shinkan
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... to try to capture the beauty. I feel sorry for the locals here as they are missing out on the tourist dollar. With the Ropeway closed due to the volcanic activity, the number of tourists has dropped. The people are really friendly, and polite, and I hope that they can re-open soon.
The pigs from last night were wild, but I am assured that they will not hurt humans.
We walked 17700 steps today. I must admit the last 500 metres up hill started to get a bit heavy.
... the latch on the fridge which hides the settings. These are not labelled at all and keeps messing with them. This is completely stressing me out since I have no idea what anything means. I would've thought our house would be a bubble, but I need a handout to heat a hotdog for Will in the microwave. I kept putting off laundry because I was scared of breaking the washer. And when I finally did a load, it leaked. Is this because it's broken or I did I ...
... We all went out to dinner afterwards and wondered....did we just have dinner with the future mayor of Nagasaki? Cool! We then went to see night life in Osaka. We went to a place called Dotonbori known for its food and big signs. Wow, Vegas and New York watch out. There were so many lights and big signs it was crazy! Japanese like big lights, action and they seem to do it to beat New York! After this, exhausted, we called it a ...
... in the torrential rains and were trying to find a museum to park us in for a few hours. Andre and I finally couldn't take anymore, decided to cut our losses and head back to Tokyo. We asked for our tickets for the bullet train but were refused. We were told that we would have to make our back on our own. We caught a taxi to the nearest train station and were able to figure out how to take 3 commuter trains (over 100 km distance) to get back to Tokyo.
It was ...
... housing base so we will have easy access to military amenities and perhaps future friends. The house is gorgeous and spacious. The Navy will have to do an inspection this week, and there is a lot of paperwork. Thankfully we learned how to pray and make our wishes at a Shinto Shine this week. After three days of Navy and cultural briefs, we were rewarded with a field trip. The main purpose was to help everyone get comfortable with ...