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TravelPod Member ReviewsBusiness Hotel Sunpu Shizuoka
I stayed here 2 nights. The hotel is very near from Shizuoka station and there are Family mart and small park with beautiful flowers 2-5 min far from the hotel. The room are very clean and there are many comfort. The first impression is receptionist's smile when I arrived at 11.00 pm.
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... If you sent your main luggage sent on ahead, it can be waiting for you when you reach the accommodation you have arranged for this evening. This version of our Nakasendo self-guided trip is for those wishing to experience part of the core 5-days of walking on the trail. We also offer a 10-day version of the trip with city stays in Kyoto and Tokyo and one day of private guiding with your own personal guide for a wonderfully intimate view of the city. ...
... got to work that night :)
Unfortunately I was not able to make an pictures climbing up, it was just to dark. But it looked incredible, to see the clouds beneath you with the moon reflecting on it.The mountain just a shadow on each side of you, reminding you how steep it actually is.
There are a few platform's on the way to the top, to rest. However none of them have shelters, meaning you are the whole night exposed to ...
8 km walk from walk Magemo to Tsumago.
The guide book and the tourist information centre told me that it would take 3hours to walk it.
However I only had 2, as I got up way to late to actually do this walk. What can I say i did it in 1 1/2 hours :)
Rock'n Roll!!!! found the coolest little coffee shop in Tsumago.
... would be an easy way to burn energy since it was a 6 hour round-trip bus ride. I wasn't thinking when I let him wear his favorite shoes. He walks a lot in his Crocs, but the holes kept getting rocks in them. There was also so much dirt. The 2 year old couldn't resist stopping to play in it. Mike was getting impatient, so in the pack Will went. Somehow we then veered off the trail and wound up on the construction road. This thrilled Will, but confused us when we got to a ...
... just conquered. All tired but completely relaxed, the bus ride back to Tokyo was very, very quiet.
So, I started by saying that I scratched two activities from my list. Just four days after returning from Mt Fuji I attended Gion Matsuri in Kyoto, one of the biggest of all the summer festivals in Japan. Been there, done that, and ended up with over 400 pictures because I did so much more than just the festival! I'll save it for the next story, which will hopefully appear ...