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Japan Nagoya Ferris Wheel Food

7 November 2017

Short visit to big city

Tonight I went to Nagoya. I stayed there a few nights 2 trips ago, so I am quite familiar with it.
It is a huge city, very modern, and the main neon area is not near the station, so I managed to get about another 10km of walking on top of my 30 or so from earlier today, and yet my feet are still in great shape, all thanks to my amazing shoes I keep crapping on about.

To go from Gifu to Nagoya is really easy, there are special rapid trains that only stop once in between, so it only takes about 30 minutes, it does however cost about $5 each way, but its too far to walk.
Thats enough about trains and places I have visited before.

My hotel, like all hotels these days, does the whole eco cleaning thing. They go one better here, if you put on the no cleaning required sign, you get a free plastic bottle of spring water, because you did such a great job saving the environment.
I am not sure they have thought this through.
The next issue with this is, there is no do not disturb sign, so the closest you can get is the no cleaning required button which turns on a red light outside your door.
This is what you would turn on if you wanted to sleep nude in your room during the day.
Except now you are going to be getting your free plastic bottle of tap water, so they are going to come into your room anyway.
Its a complete circle of failure.

Japan-Nagoya-Ferris Wheel-Food - Pictures will be quite boring, and there wont be many because I was tired, and I have taken all of these photos before. Here is the ferris wheel on th

Pictures will be quite boring, and there wont be many because I was tired, and I have taken all of these photos before.
Here is the ferris wheel on the side of the buildings, kind of defeating the purpose by blocking the view.


Japan-Nagoya-Ferris Wheel-Food - I remembered all the streets of Nagoya have twinkling lights, and they still do.

I remembered all the streets of Nagoya have twinkling lights, and they still do.


Japan-Nagoya-Ferris Wheel-Food - This is in amongst all the department stores, they were still putting up the christmas lights here having taken down the halloween ones.

This is in amongst all the department stores, they were still putting up the christmas lights here having taken down the halloween ones.


Japan-Nagoya-Ferris Wheel-Food - Same spot, but looking in the other direction.

Same spot, but looking in the other direction.


Japan-Nagoya-Ferris Wheel-Food - My dinner has everything. A tiny slice of roast beef, thats the only meat. A salad complete with some sort of super creamy dreassing which I would pre

My dinner has everything.
A tiny slice of roast beef, thats the only meat.
A salad complete with some sort of super creamy dreassing which I would prefer it didnt have.
Then a small rice omelette, baked potato that needed to be baked more, and bread roll with butter injected inside.
Yes, my dinner had rice, bread and potato.


Japan-Nagoya-Ferris Wheel-Food - The famous Nagoya landmark. They call it the tv tower but these days I assume its a phone tower.

The famous Nagoya landmark. They call it the tv tower but these days I assume its a phone tower.


Japan-Nagoya-Ferris Wheel-Food - The streets around this part of town are all neon. Lots and lots of streets. Nagoya is large.

The streets around this part of town are all neon. Lots and lots of streets. Nagoya is large.


Japan-Nagoya-Ferris Wheel-Food - And after another long walk, I am back at the station, with its futuristic looking station buildings. I am not sure if they were both finished last ti

And after another long walk, I am back at the station, with its futuristic looking station buildings. I am not sure if they were both finished last time I was here? I shall check shortly.


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