Atami New Fujiya Hotel
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... we got to one where nearly everyone got off so we thought it was the stop but weren't sure. It wasn't very well signposted but then saw the platform signs to Gora. I knew that's where we were headed so we were on the right track. We were travelling with our bags which didn't help. I had planned to send our bags ahead from Tokyo to Kyoto but the hotel didn't answer my request in time. I had read about the baggage transfer to hotel service from ...
... Spirits, I asked our guide about the large rack of Sake barrels that are located near the entrance She explained that Sake is a sacred drink among various sects of Buddhism and is consumed at most of their ceremonies. No wonder their Buddha has a mischievous grin :-)
The site is filled with many Asian ...
During day 2, we ventured beyond the borders of Tokyo city and drove a few hours out of town to check out Mount Fuji.
Our first stop was at a strawberry farm where the students were allowed to fill up on some freshly grown strawberries that were just rip for the picking. The students certainly didn't hold back, loading up on a healthy amount of strawberry and even purchasing a few more strawberry-based treats for the rest of the trip and some to bring back ...
Its amazing just to walk around the lakes on the path which goes pretty much all around the lakes. You can hire out bikes and some hostels even offer them for free.
The observation point is a must, you can go up by the cable cars or go up the stairs. It took me 45 mins via the stairs, its a steep but doable hike. The views you get from the hike are better as ...
... really enjoy my privacy: an onsen is so much better than taking a regular bath at home!
Back in my room I first had to prepare my bed, since I had a classic tatami-room with futon (first time!). After two nights I'm still not sure what to make of it. It's special, but I definitely prefer the comfort of my box spring.
But I didn't go to the Izu peninsula just to relax; I wanted to walk the famous coastal trail south ...