Dormy Inn Matsumoto
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- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Breakfast at 7am,leave at 7.40 on shuttle bus to catch the 8am train ( Hida 4) to Nagoya ( Car 4; Seat 9C) As appears to be the norm here, train left at 8am on the dot. Warm morning with clouds over the surrounding hills. Found that train seats swivel around 180* by pressing down lever on aisle side-handy if you're facing the wrong way. Second …
... Going on Princess lines they have repeats of the love boat as an option in the stateroom tv. I never used to watch it, but somehow onboard it made sender so watched episode after episode.
Speaking of the cabin we headed to our allocated number but there were Japanese names on the door. It turned out we had been moved to an upgraded Mini Suite at the last minute. Its huge! We both love the ship. Some photos follow.
Hi again, just a quick hello. We are on the road again, or more specifically on the water. We just pulled in to Busan on our cruise but this blog is just so share a few pictures of arrival in Japan. We flew overnight on Qantas then headed straight from the airport to Yokohama port. It was teaming with rail the whole day. It didn't matter. It was fantastic ...
I travelled to Matsumoto with an old friend from university. On the first day of the trip, we visited Matsumoto Castle and walked around the streets of Matsumoto, tasting some local foods including basashi, sanzokuyaki and sansei, local sake. On the next day, we drove along Venus Line, stopping at Utsukushigahara Highland and Mt Kirigamine.
... for a DIY sushi buffet. Despite Josh's best efforts, we were definitely grateful for Kumiko-san's translation skills and had a lot of fun. The next day we met up with the same people to get a back stage visit to Tokyo's number 1 art university. The talent there, especially in the sculpture sides, was just depressingly good. We saw more of Tokyo and then headed to akihabara the tech and nerd part of Tokyo, it was crazy ...