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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After a leisurely morning we jumped on the Shinkansen on our way to Kanazawa via Maibara to right across the other side of the archipelago. Very pleasant journey through the Japanese countryside crossing mountains, rivers and forests with market gardens and rice paddies dotting the landscape. Arrived in Kanazawa and found our hotel right by the …
Takayama is a small city in The Japanese alps. Yes they are called alps. The main street dates from The 17th century, and you can feel here that old japan atmosphere one can see in some movies. Small dark Woden houses and local produce shops and as well private houses fill these streets. Not to mention a lot of tourists of course. It's a very pretty little town with a lot of temples to visit, but it was quite rainy and dare I say a bit ...
When we left, I once again had no seatbelt so I jerked around. When we got there, it was just me and Quinn so I read and waited for everyone else to come.
When everyone arrived, we left and went into the van. We drove up to Shirakawa-go village and on the way, there were a ton of tunnels. One stretched 7 Miles long!
The view was amazing and everyone was interested in this pretty caterpillar. The guide ...
... if I had laundry and then took me down to breakfast. It was curry rice!!! it was amazing and on the side was spinach and tomatoes. The mom said I used my chopsticks really well. I guess I can now that I've been here been here 10 days. When I finished, i watched a weird cartoon and some kids were going through a maze. That's it. They followed their every move. Then, there was a chair and it looked sad and it went to a lake ...
... br> After spending an hour or so wandering through the garden and generally enjoying the lovely weather, we walked out to grab a good spot to watch the passing parade. We were told it would get here around 4:30 and this was about 3:45 now when we left the garden. To our surprise, the parade was already here! Well not so much the traditional parade in costume but rather a bunch of schoolgirls doing baton twirling and some marching bands. We found a very ...