Travel Blogs from Nagoya
2011 02 17 - Nagoya, Japan
Gestärkt durch ein Wasabi-Soya-Frischgemüsebaguette geht es im Hiraki Shinkansen nach Nagoya. Vorbei am Fujiyama, auf den ich ein paar Minuten lang freien Blick habe.
Das gebuchte Ryokan ist mit allem Komfort ausgestattet, hier werde ich meine letzten beiden Nächte auf japanischen Boden vermutlich gut verbringen.
Die Burg von Nagoya …
... that come to occupy these gates are the big ones and need lots of space. So between each gate is a "people mover" type of motorized walkway so that passengers can move more quickly from gate to gate. (It's basically an escalator without steps."). The warning sign tells you to be careful and has a pictorial warning that says "Do not allow child to play on walkway." The humorous thing to us was that the children pictured were blond and blue-eyed. Our guess is that ...
... request, "is there a medical professional on the plane?" was made and one man from a few seats in front of us went forward. After about 15 minutes we were released from the plane. We learned after landing in Manila that, sadly, a very sick woman with stage four cancer who was trying to return to spend her final days in her homeland in the Philippines didn't make it. In spite of the best efforts of the medical personnel, the woman died there on ...
Today we went off to Nagoya Castle. So far it has been my favorite and not just because the SAKURA ARE RUFFIANLY IN FULL BLOOM but it had a awesome layout and design. We also went to the palace but it had been rebuilt and was all new so it wasn't as good. The we went to a shrine that was deep in a park that was more like a forest. There I saw Miko-sans! Later we found another discount figure store where I went a bit nuts =P
Inter net is being a *****, pic will come tomorrow night.
How has this ryokan rated in the past?
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