Le Phare Shirahama
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... park called Le Soleil. This is a farm park of sorts with flower gardens, veggie gardens, animals to pet, horses to ride and many other things. It was kind of like a carnival in the way you pay at each station. The first thing my kids wanted to do was ride the go-carts. At 610yen ($6.10) per ride, it quickly added up. I had to ride with each kid and they wanted to go twice. Daniel wasn't big enough to drive so he was my passenger. These go ...
... made our way through the neighborhood of Roppongi, the mecca that represents all that is Tokyo, and then some, when it comes to dishes to die for and a nonstop nightlife. Next stop on this culinary cruise was Gonpachi, aka "The Kill Bill Restaurant." We both agreed that while the sushi was great and the other small plates were tasty, this place was more hype than bite. Of course we still had a great time and we both agreed, back to the oyster bar to continue consuming ...
... the beach close Yokosuka City. Without an insider, you will hardly find that place. Bar is Chilly and Cosy, people are totally relaxed. You can swim, surf and just enjoy life. DJ's are response for the music atmosphere. Ah forgot, with a bit of luck you can meet Godzilla. Guess that's his retirement location, we didn't med him personal, but found his footprint. (pic. Food print of ...
... in the plastic wrappings bin. Remove the lid AND the little ring it was attached to, place those in plastic. Then the bottle itself goes into the PETE plastic bin.
The first few days, we had know idea where things would go. Daniel would finish a snack and bring me the bag it was in. "Where does this go mommy?" "Umm, it's not really plastic. It's not really foil (which goes someplace else)...just ...
... it just gnaws whatever I'm trying to cut. Since most Japanese homes have a tiny oven (9x9) or they don't have one at all, I bought a counter-top oven/convection/rotisserie that I've been using in our room. This one will fit a 9x13 pan! (It was funny while we were house-hunting because the realtors would laugh and say, "No turkey!" when we mentioned how small the ovens are. I guess they've heard that a few times from ...