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... Japanese service and tradition. This ryokan was a multi-storeyed building. We were shown to our room on the sixth floor. You have to take off your shoes before entering the room. They provide you with slippers. A woman in traditional garb then makes tea for you and fits you for your yukata, effectively a dressing gown. Much to her amusement but probably not John’s, she had to dash out and get the bigger size for him! It’s not clear at ...
... and relax on nearby rocks and really everything. Great fun.
On our way back we stopped at small village Obuse. Famous from it's sake, chestnut jam's, cookies and plenty more. Did some wondering about through charming little streets, grabbed a desert, bought some chestnut stuff and head to Nagano.
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... It was so hot we went out and bought gelato icecreams this afternoon. Laura is asleep on the couch downstairs in front of the tv watching Alvin and the Chipmunks. Tomorrow we head off to Takayama which as the crow flies isn't very far away but unfortunately we're not crows and we have to go around the mountains so will take us about 6 hours and 4 trains. My pictures tomorrow will thus be rather boring! Love to all and kisses to ...
Of course on the one day we needed to get up early for our skiing day we couldn't wake up....grrr jetlag!!
We headed over to Tokyo station to catch the bullet train, Tokyo station is one of the biggest in the world and of course we got lost and couldn't understand the signs in Japanese or the ticket machines!! Once we figured out what we needed to buy and where we had to be...after walking about 2 miles underground, we made it to the ...
I am awake so early here - it gets light at about 5 and I have terrible sinus from the heating and the cold dry weather! I tried to sleep without the heater last night but had to turn it on because it was so cold to breathe and I didn't want the girls to get sick. I think it was -10° last night. I slept in my long johns, my thermal singlet, my fleece jumper with the hood on and a ...
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