APA Hotel Nishi Azabu
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... for the fact that it started to sprinkle just a bit which made the muddy sections of the trail even tougher to navigate. It was still a very pretty little jaunt through the forest so no one complained all that much.
We had one last stop to make before catching our bullet train back to Tokyo and that was at a local Ryokan so that everyone could have the chance to experience a traditional Onsen or public bath. Understandably the group was pretty hesitant when ...
... an alley of yakitori shops on the west side of the nearby train tracks. We walked down there, getting directions from a helpful flower vendor. I'm still not sure we ended up in the right place. There was no street food. The restaurant was decent, but smoky both from the grill and the cigarettes that are still allowed in restaurants here. We ate enough to be satisfied and walked back to the hotel. Tomorrow we head home. As with all good things, this too has to ...
... Some things I do find a bit disconcerting, like water flushing as soon as you sit down... but I'm not complaining. After months in China it's all luxury. One final thing before I put toilets behind me...in one hotel the lift has a seat installed (for when it annoyingly stops between floors for several hours), take the lid off the seat and it doubles as an emergency toilet. So practical, but not an image to conjure up as you take the lift down to breakfast. We started ...
... how crazy and not smart is the Tokyo metro and train systems.
It literally takes FOREVER to understand it, and we usually grasp those things instantly.
Another thing that we learnt - the HARD way - is that connecting stations are sometimes REALLY far from each other (and I'm talking hundreds of meters apart!), so you better put on your ...
... an absolutely beautiful day out.
We went to lunch at the Hakone Hotel. It was very good with a large selection. After lunch we drove a short distance to the Hakone Open Air Museum. This is a wonderful collection of sculptures given by Picasso's oldest daughter. There are works by Calder, Henry Moore, Rodin and other artists. They were really beautiful in the open park-like setting with the cherry blossoms, crab apple ...