Best Western Hotel Takayama
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBest Western Hotel Takayama
Conveniently near the bus and train stations, and the old town. Staff very friendly and helpful. Breakfast was not up to the usual Best Western standard.
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Arrival and travel to Tokyo Station First booth outside Customs is a Japanese Rail booth. Pick up prepaid JR Pass and book seats on the 3 trains to get to Takayama. First leg is through Tokyo Central to Shinagawa. Misty, 25 degrees. Houses are small some roofs are elaborate. Many baseball diamonds, some cyclists in Lycra. Cars are small, square and …
We woke to a clear sky and found the weather to be much warmer than the previous day. We packed up with me realizing carrying a tea set around for the next 2.5 months may be tricky...Upon arrival to the JR station we discovered our train was delayed 30 minutes so I ventured back into town to grab a couple of coffees and pastries for breaky. Once on the train we enjoyed snowy mountains and jade lakes passing by our windows. We arrived to Kanazawa via the city train ...
... us to apologize for the unusual dinner events and to thank us profusely for being such cooperative interviewees. It really wasn't a big deal rather something quite hilarious that makes for great blogging. We learn the the lovely waitress was co-owner with her fiancee the chef. She mentioned she had been to Toronto and reflected on the beauty of Niagara Falls. We discovered that her and her fiancee would be married next year her in a traditional white kimono. We requested the ...
Headed to Asakusa to see the Senso-Ji shrine. Then over to the Edo Museum. Was unfortunate it was undergoing major refurbishments so it was ready for the Tokyo Olympics, so only got to see a small portion of the exhibits. What we did see was really good to give an abridged version of how the city developed from the Edo period through to modern day. Had underground wooden piping for water supply, and made umbrellas out of peanut oil coated paper. Meant to meet Showhey for dinner, ...
Woke up this morning and must have been snowing a fair bit last night. A solid dusting on everything, and still coming down fairly heavily (well by our standards anyway) Temperature predictions for the day are tops of 3, lows of -4. Glad we have plenty of warm clothes. Had lots of fun walking through the snow and knocking the trees to make the snow fall on each other. Though the numb toes and fingers were less fun. Walked down to the ...