Aqua Alpine Hotel
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... the onsen. It really was a brilliant experience and well worth the 3300yen (roughly £20) I had paid to get there and the drenching I had got on the way. On the coach journey back the sky had cleared up slightly, allowing for full views of the impressive mountainous scenery and orchard fields that surround the basin in which Nagano sits. Tomorrow I plan to have a brief look around Nagano before heading to Matsumoto to visit the castle ...
... small souvenir and other shops. Bought an apple for dessert tonight.
Went back to the train station and bought my Mos burger lunch. I kept looking at my watch as we had to meet up at the train station at 1.55pm and it was already 1.47pm. They asked what time my train was and I had to point to the hands on my watch. They seem to understand and I received my lunch with 3 minutes to spare.
... broke and we could see the alps and Mt Tateyama surrounding us. It wasn't that cold, surprisingly. We then took a Tunnel Trolley bus across to the ropeway at Daikanbo. I had just bought my nice, hot sweet potato but on trying to take a photo of the arriving cable car, it fell out of its bag and went splat about 3m down. Oh well, at least I managed to eat half of it first. From there, it was another ropeway down to ...
... that Owen would make this hotel his usual one in the area as he normally stays at another hotel. The head chef came out as well. They both received their plaudits.
We were offered an early morning tour of the area at 6.30am tomorrow. Most of us said that we would go, so it would be an early start. The tour would only take an hour so we would have to have breakfast on our return and to check out at 8.30am the next day.
... off at the second last stop and then spend about 40 minutes at the station before returning. The carriages on the way up were covered but on the return, they were open. We were hoping that the typhoon would not hit earlier than expected.
Luckily, Owen had given instructions to Ray as to when to get off and the times etc as no one else seemed to know. We were split into two carriages. The views were magnificent and the rain ...