- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking rooms
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... mention that our liaison was the Dean? Not the Dean that helped me when I fell. That was the Executive Dean; Dean Bob. He’s bald so I call him bald Dean (not to his face). The Dean that was our liaison was the Academic Dean; Mark Thomas. He’s British so I call him British Dean (again, not to his face). So once British Dean got his act together, we got on the bus. Again, we had a wonderful tour guide who gave us fun facts on the hour and forty minute ride ...
I went on a day tour today, I probably should have done this on one of the first days but oh well! My guides name was Ichiro for the day time part of the tour and a night-food tour with another tour guide named Minako. Both of them were very friendly, fun and knowledgeable. They were very convenient as they picked me up at my hotel and dropped me off afterwards. The group that I tagged along with to the tour was also very friendly and fun to spend the day with, there were a few ...
... to name a few. After I decided on a capicolla sandwich and a olive bread biscuit and Jord decided on a blue cheese sandwich, a ham sandwich and a ham crescent roll thing we headed to our table...and man oh man were we in for a treat. The food was mind blowing and even though it was kind of pricey it was worth every yen. The bread was so fresh and the fact that could see them making it in the kitchen behind just made it that much better. Once I finished ...
... I was able to recover our second night's fees so it was a less costly mistake than it would have been had I not found the deleted email. Our new hotel turned out to be quite nice albeit dated and smokey (there are a lot of smokers in Japan and it is allowed everywhere - hotels and restaurants included) In the traditional Japanese style, we had a separate tea room with seats on the floor around a table and where floor mats ...
... excited, welcoming us into their game right away. This was the best moment of my whole trip in Japan.
I was playing soccer with Japanese students my age in the most beautiful weather. We played with a futsal, which is a heavier and smaller type of ball usually used for indoor soccer in the states. After playing for about an hour we had to say our goodbyes and continue back to the ship but not without a full photo shoot, of course. ...