ANA Crowne Plaza Hotel Kanazawa
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A beautiful and spacious room with free wifi and everything very neat and tidy. Restaurant however, very expensive
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Second day of working out complete. Phew I thought that my will power to not become a sumo would only last one day. I am sure the Japanese cleaning ladies are wondering what this crazy Canadian is doing running up and down the stairs. We packed up and boarded our train for Hiroshima, some very snowy locales passing our window along the way. Closer to Hiroshima the snow disappeared and green started re-emerging. We arrived in ...
... and find a restaurant for dinner. Back at the hotel my tushy was greeted by a heated toilet seat. Another one of my favourite things about Japan...their high tech toilets. Let me tell you after a chilly day touring outside there is nothing like sitting on a warm seat. Something we should consider in Canada...you know what I'm talking about...early in the winter mornings the cold porcelain on one's delicate tush...Brrrrrr. We picked out a place for dinner but ...
Shirakawa-Go Village is registered as a UNESCO world heritage site. Located in a mountainous region, there village with their Gassho-style houses subsisted on the cultivation of mulberry trees and the rearing of silkworms. There are about 110 ...
... liked the fact the trees had bamboo "hats" on to protect them from any snow. As with all Japanese gardens water was heavily featured alongside the trees and shrubs. It was very scenic and peaceful. Our last stop was Higashi Chaya a famous Geisha district (because of limited time we had to pick between visiting either the Geisha or Samurai areas). After getting off the bus we followed a Japanese tour group to the main ...
... on anyone's itinerary and we enjoyed a great time exploring the wonderful autumn colours, it was also a nice little taster to Kyoto where we were heading next. Kanazawa is also renowned for it's many museums and Jac enjoyed an exhibition on 50 years of Architecture in Japan including the influence the earthquake of 20?? Has since had on design. We meet a nice young bloke at the backpackers Alex who was travelling the world for ...