APA Hotel Matsuyamajyo-Nishi
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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Family rooms
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... class on the ferry which was really quite lovely –if you don’t mind sitting on the floor. I find it way more comfortable than sitting in a chair where my feet never seem to touch the ground. You first select an area which is a carpeted raised platform, each area can accommodate about 10 people. You then take off your shoes leave them on the lower floor level, and crawl in to get comfortable. There are foam blocks to sit on or use as pillows. There were also a few ...
Today is a relaxing day: shopping and bathing ;) After a slow start and a breakfast at the ryokan, we took the tram to Matsuyama and headed for the shopping street with 3 goals in mind: 1. Buy some herbs and spices we will need to cook Japanese back home in the NL 2. Find me (Julia) a yukata 3. And of course, if possible, find some more souvenirs ;) We succeeded at all three. I think we are quite good ...
... futon beds) Once there, we had to wait more than an hour before checking in so we decided to visit the village. It is a hot spring village, with bath houses everywhere. There is one in our hotel, 2 across the street, 9 free small foot baths in the village,... And a lot of Japanese tourists as there is a public holiday on Monday: national sports day :) There is not a lot to do in the village besides for bathing so we ...
... hard work.
Whilst we waited for the first load of washing to finish, we sat in the lounge and Nat updated her journal whilst Chris started drawing a sketch of the beautiful kitchen/dining room.
When he presented his drawing to them as a gift, they put it up on the fridge – high praise indeed!
After we hung all our laundry out to dry, we headed into Imabari for a walk, fuelled by a sprig of cherries from Akiko's cherry ...
... as well as our aching muscles complaining about it! It was now time to get to Imabari, a city on our new main island of Shikoku where we could drop the bikes off. On the way down we passed where we tied the dog up and he was gone. Hope he wasn't dognapped! We were exhausted and hungry so imagine our joy when we passed one of the cheap sushi train places. We quickly turned back and had a well earned and delicious load of sushi. Then we carried on and found the bike drop ...