Dormy Inn Matsumoto
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... minutes to spare. Otherwise, we would have to wait another 20 minutes for the next bus.
The next stop was to Takayama, one of my favourite places in Japan. It was about an hour's drive away. We arrived close to 4pm and found a car parking station a short walk away from the old town. The old town consists of several streets of samurai buildings. These have now been converted to restaurants, shops ...
... wrong side of the train from the best views so couldn't film it. Matsumoto is famous in japan for its castle and as people who have travelled with me before know, I like castles! This one is your typical Japanese style castle, with 5 tiers, all of which you could access. Luckily the weather was still improving and now most of the grey cloud had been replaced by blue sky meaning I managed to get some better photos. I then visited ...
... Castle too early (opened at 8.30). Museum first and then the castle. Shame about the heavy rain! Climbed to the top of the castle-steps extremely steep. Good views of surrounding area. Photo with young man dressed as a ninja with a sword -missed the one in warrior costume. Further along the road,promoting a walking quiz thing-cute character photo opportunity. Steve ...
... we get home, so Joseph can have his share of homemade mango lassi when we get home.
We went to the Korean BBQ restaurant for dinner. This is the third time we have been here. The wagyu beef was amazingly tender. We had a few bowls of soup and the BBQ meat with rice. Joseph had his smelly kim chee again. We thought that we were too full to eat much but had to order another plate of meat, another bowl of soup and more rice. No room ...
... catching up with Norzin and trying to teach her the technical aspects of taking photos...f-stops, shutter speed and a bit about ev and ISOs. The practical lesson will come tomorrow with a visit to Lake Shirokoma.
It was late when we got back to the ryokan. Thank goodness! I could now have a bath at the public bathroom with no one else to see me in the nudies. There were three other families there at the ryokan.