Dormy Inn Express Hakodate Goryoukaku
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... is another 100 meters below the sea bed)
The max gradient is 1:12
It is a double line
Pretty impressive. ( eat your heart out Len Brown)
Got to Hakodate with plenty of time to climb Mt Hakodate ( 334 meters) and see the city below, both in the daylight and at night. Luckily I lived by the maxim " don't put off until tomorrow what you can do today" as the weather hasn't been so great today (Tuesday) and the mountain has ...
Yesterday was the first full day of our cruise, we explored the ship and tried to get our bearings. Our cabin is quite roomy with plenty of space to putt things. Today we have pulled into the port of Hakodate, and we have come ashore to wonder around and check things out. A very old quite city compared to Tokyo. The first place we checked out was the markets (mainly fish) we ...
... tatami mats. We were shown to our rooms which were in typical Japanese style. We took lots of photos. Thee were no beds of course as we were to sleep on futons that night and they were all rolled up with quilts in a large cupboard. Having seen our rooms and off loaded some stuff from our day sacks we headed out to an ares of Hakodate which had its origins as the international area when trade was first opened up to foreign trade in the 1850s. We saw ...
... beautiful Russian Orthodox church and a Roman Catholic church. They are located very near each other and not far from a more typical Asian Temple/Shrine.
Some of you may also recognize the very familiar painting of Rotenburg that was hanging in one of the restaurants.
After dinner (a great all-you-can-eat curry place) we headed up to the top of Mount ...
... 15px; ">In the afternoon i walked around the old brick warehouses, the old town hall and the pretty streets and shops.
Then onto some planning for the next move and goodbye Hokkaido