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A New Spring One Week Japan Itinerary: Tokyo to Hiroshima

A New Spring One Week Japan Itinerary: Tokyo to Hiroshima






Japan Itinerary Basics A new friend recently connected with me for an upcoming trip to Japan to ask some questions about the japan itinerary. I absolutely love getting these emails, giving me the chance to research the max out of all of these fun itinerary options and use my experiences to help others plan an awesome time. So I put together this post mainly for my friend, but if anyone has an interest in a week-long trip (actually about 9 days…

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the misty hot springs

the misty hot springs






Thanks for visiting Mom and Dad! We started our trip from Downtown Denver to Glenwood Springs on the Californian Zephyr Amtrak. perfect hat for a train, dad started out on the plains six hours of train riding gives us all time to catch up on perspective’s homework, except me who got to interrupt their focus occasionally to see deer, coyotes, and others. dad even spotted some eagles! Lavender and Thyme Bed and Breakfast is one of my favorites, not just…

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Saying Goodbyes

Saying Goodbyes






Before leaving Japan Nick and I had the opportunity of being with Akito and Marie Inoue and Akihiro and Carrie Ito with their two boys. It was a special night for me before leaving. Marie cooked a delicious meal and made us all feel at home. Akihiro and Carrie even brought Tomokun and Kenjikun. She looked like such a natural holding little Kenji. It was a great evening to remember. Thanks everyone! Once all the goodbyes were said, I packed…

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Japan in 10 days (part 3)

Japan in 10 days (part 3)






So after Kyoto, the sushi party, and church on Sunday we were all in the mood for some relaxation and enjoyment. Taye and Taryn enjoyed some well deserved rest hanging out at home while Ash and I hiked a small mountain nearby, Mt. Takao. It was a lot of fun with all the water around the trail. At one point (pictured above) the trail turns into a stairway of stepping stones in the river. Monday afternoon we headed off to…

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Japan in 10 days

Japan in 10 days






Hey Everyone! Sorry it’s been a little over a week since my last post. I had a couple of my family come over to visit; so we’ve been touring all around. We did so many crazy cool things I think I’ll be dividing the experiences into a couple different posts. And several of you may recognize a couple of faces! Poor Carrie couldn’t come with us to supper the first night since she already had her c-section scheduled. But we…

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