Best Western Hotel Takayama
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Going to Kamikōchi, the bus out of Takayama is the same bus as yesterday initially, but with a change to another at Hirayu for the final 30 minutes of the journey. Kamikōchi is a park, set in a valley with the fast flowing, cold, clear melt water river Azusa Gawa, trees of every kind, wetlands, beautifully made and maintained footpaths. …
There is a service bus that runs the 90 minute journey from Takayama to the Shinhotaka Ropeway. The bus passes through a number of beautifully kept villages, which have a mixture of old and new buildings. And wherever there is a chance for a bit of garden there is a delicate arrangement comprising some combination, or if the site is big enough all …
It was time to move on from Nagoya. The express train to Takayama takes about 2.5 hours; for the last 2 hours of the journey, it passes through river valleys with some pretty little villages dotted along the way, a very pleasant ride, with glimpses of snow covered peaks in the distance. In the villages there is rice cultivation, so one could …
Today is a glorious day. Beautiful blue skies, and not a drop of rain in sight. Managed to dry out our shoes from the torrential downpour yesterday. Caught the slow train to Nara, about 100ks from Kyoto.
Nara is a quiet town with a lot of history, and plenty of temples. The town also has about 1200 tame deer wandering the parks. …
We all managed to get a little shut eye
and about 2hrs20mins later we arrived a Takayama. This town is
famous for it's historical buildings that really give the feeling of
how life was in medieval Japan.
We checked into the hotel, grabbed a
shower and headed out for a bite to eat. We …
How has this hotel rated in the past?
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.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.