Daiwa Roynet Hotel Oita
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... the use of bicycles. We are really enjoying hopping on our upright bikes with our baskets on front and no helmets. Brad struggles a bit as he can’t raise the seat high enough to accommodate his long legs!
This area is known for its onsen/hotspring and there are many public onsens throughout the town. At the end of our street is a public foot bath with three separate little pools, all with different temperatures. The first pool is 45-46 ...
After a "tofu, fish, rice, pickles, miso soup, more fish, even more tofu" breakfast, we left the hotel and headed for a sand bath on the beach, including onsen. Kyushu is, as the rest of japan, a volcanic island and in Beppu, there is black sand. This black sand is warmed up by the steam coming form the volcano and people can be burried alive. We decided to try it ;) First some old ladies make a hole of the length of your body. Then ...
... most animals in the aquarium did not have enough room to move around. Our hotel has an outdoor onsen bath with sea view ;) our room also has a sea view and a massage chair. I believe that earlier in our trip, we told you about a massage that we had in Kanazawa. The ladies there had very strong hands and were pressing our bodies so hard.... Well this chair does exactly the same. It is a ...
... more about about this tragic event and were able to see artifacts that were destroyed by the bomb. We also visited the A-Bomb Dome. This is a structure that survived the actual bombing. The bomb was detonated 500 meters above this building (which was used for cultural events) and even though the people inside died instantly, part of the structure survived. Many people wanted the building destroyed to avoid remembrance of this tragic event, but it was saved and now serves as ...
... all, Beppu is known for having lots of these natural hot spas. Beppu is the second most volcanic area in the world (Yellowstone is first). You can actually see the steam coming out of the mountains and in the town. There are lots of Onsens, but we only went to one. We chose Takegawara because it's one of the oldest ones in town (1879). The outside structure is very traditional. Now, when you go to an onsen here in Japan you can't wear ...