Thread: Aikido Holiday
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Old 06-27-2000, 05:15 PM   #2
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I think you have quite a lot of options, actually. Many dojo will allow a visitor to stay at the dojo either by sleeping on the mat (bring your own sleeping bag) or by supplying a guest room (like our dojo).

Also, many cities have hostels and such that are really cheap at around $10/night. You can go to an aikido-rich area like the San Francisco Bay Area and visit a different dojo every single night if you want, all within an hour's drive.

You can also try contacting someone at a prospective dojo to see if there is anyone there who is willing to host you for a couple of weeks. I've done that before, too.

Good luck! Let us know how your trip organization and such goes.

-- Jun

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