Breeze Bay Hotel Resort & Spa
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... in something which was a cross between a shopping basket and a pushchair. I was in my element. Better news followed when a large team of helpers at the information desk at the Beerfest seemed to join "Operation Recovery" for the MiPhone. There was soon a young man walking towards me proudly brandishing the phone. The slight problem is that since it has not been enabled as a phone, I had no number nor passcode with which to prove ...
... subway maps than I am and we made it to our hotel. We also found it a bit odd to see hundreds of Japanese men dressed in business suits forming single file queues to get on the upcoming trains – at midnight!
Once at the hotel our first surprise wasn't how clean the room was (probably the cleanest room since, well, we left Canada), or that Japan and Canada use the same power plugs, but the bathroom technology. The toilets in Japan are amazing. ...
... are the former site of the Edo Castle's innermost circle of defence; none of the main buildings remain but the moats, walls, entrance gates and some guardhouses still exist. The gardens house a multitude of different plants but obviously most of these were not in bloom! There were some plum trees starting to blossom though which gave an idea of how beautiful the grounds must be in the ...
... soup, then bussed down again to Fujiyoshida.
Going up, we had leap-frogged along the trail with a female guide and her two clients. Just as we were returning to the 5th Station, we saw her again. She said she and her clients had gotten up to the summit for sunrise and returned to the 5th Station earlier that morning. She'd had a couple hours rest and was now heading up the mountain again with new clients! This she does about four times ...
... us if we had rail passes. I told her that we did not have passes, but that we just wanted to buy one-way tickets to Yokohama so she directed us across the way to a ticket counter.
We walked over there and waited in line for only a minute before that same woman appeared again and told us that she could help us buy tickets at the machine, which had no waiting. She did ask me if we were going to pay ...