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Today we went to Matusiro ES. It shares some of its space with the Samurai house that I went to on July 1. This school was very organized and excited for our visit.
The school was rebuilt 2 years ago. The city spent lots of money on it we were told. You could tell by the beautiful wood building material. It also had existed as a school for I think they said 150 years. What a history.
First we presented about ...
... It wasn't the end of the world but if we got the last metro it would mean 10 hours on the airport floor before check in. The hostel was full the second night anyway and they wouldn't let us stay in the TV room to watch the England match without a room. We met Shawn from Canada and two Australian girls that evening, gathering on the sofas to watch Australia put up a good fight against the Netherlands. With no money we were both ...
The time was great I loved climbing the Tokyo Tower. I stay was great to, I felt really welcomed at the hotel. I LOVED having sushi everyday and trying so many different kinds. I went on all the rides at Disneyland. I also did a lot of exploring the place. It was great ...
... the people on the profit workdesk ended up being evenly helpful. We are going to undoubtedly become shopping here again!
Remarkable services and value Based upon this specific store shop's outstanding standing, I got a strong diamond engagement shoes and boots on line, eyesight concealed, using their company website. When i (and also my significant other) can't be more pleased considering the footwear on its own plus the client ...
... at the Associa Takayama Resort which if known for its magnificent onsen. Maybe we will try them tonight.
I have forgotten to mention how impeccably clean the Japanese are. I have shown and described the toilets but many bathrooms (including public) also have special "toilet slippers" to wear in the bathroom. They never wear shoes into their houses but always take off at the door and walk in their socks.