ANA Hotel Matsuyama
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- Minbar in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
- Banquet room
- Business Services
- Meal plan
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Travel Blogs from Matsuyama
Today was a day of taxi's, trains and ferries. We are heading to another of the Japanese islands – this is the smallest of the 4 main islands of Japan and sees less tourists. One of the island’s claim to fame is the 88 buddhist temple pilgrimage that people do. It is 1400 km and takes about 40 days to complete. It is a similar idea to the Camino Trail in Spain. Each of the pilgrims wears all white clothing and a straw hat.
But let me back up. We decided to ...
... We then headed back to Dogo Onsen and decided to visit the oldest onsen in town: dogo honkan. Unfortunately, men and women are still separated but at least we took the option to meet in a common room where you can have tea and biscuits together. It was a nice experience and Willem loved their yukatas so much that he even bought one with the white heron on it. The emblem of the bath house is ...
This morning we left Hiroshima. At the harbour, we got on a speed boat (a kind of catamaran ferry) that brought us to Matsuyama. The weather was quite cloudy and foggy but we could clearly see multiple small islands around us. Once at Matsuyama harbour, the trip went on: 1st a taxi to hakatama station 2nd a train to Matsuyama city station 3rd a tram to Dogo Onsen 4th a taxi to our ryokan (japanese inn with tatami ...
... we finished!
Fumito, their son, also came round to chat. He'd just been on holiday to Taiwan and brought us some beautifully fresh and sweet pineapple to try!
We spent most of the afternoon sorting out our accommodation in Tokyo and writing blogs – it was nice to be able to take the time to chill and do nothing without feeling like there was important sightseeing we were missing out on.
Dinner with the Family
... road with a blue line that you follow as well as with signs often. There is the main recommended route but also other routes you can take to see different things along the way. We were going to try and go off the main route on Mukaishima but it started to get hilly and we were realising how bad our bikes were already. We only had 3 gears and with big backpacks in the child seats it made it harder going and a bit wobbly. We decided therefore to go back and stick to the ...