Fujieda Park In Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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... It was complete white out. On the way back down in the bus, the white mist was quite heavy and you could scarcely see more than 20 feet in front of you. The bus driver was excellent and took it nice and slow until we got below the cloud/mist and could see again.
We then took a hop-on, hop-off bus to see the Fugaku Fuuketsu Lava Cave, which was created by a Mt Fuji eruption. We have seen a few lava caves elsewhere in the world, but this one was ...
... So I had to spend a few minutes working with the receptionist to get that fixed (again me between the boys and food).
Finally with that out of the way we headed to a recommended restaurant stopping to get some money at the ATM. The restaurant had fun tables on the floor. Lucky for us they gave us one with a sunken whole underneath so we didn't have to kneel the whole time. The local dish happened to be a soup called houtou. It reminded me of ...
Because our plan was going from Narita Airport to Shizuoka, Osaka, Kyoto and coming back to Tokyo, we decided to buy JR nation wide. It's for foreign traveler who don't have the address in Japan. It's more worthily because you can use for the ...
... us off as she tried to charge us nearly $40 for the salad we went back down to the station. Once we got right out of town we had to transfer to a local line on a scenic railway that winded its way up the valley towards the stunning Mt Fuji. There was a lovely couple chatting to is on the train who told us that Japanese people may seem shy but it is because their English is so bad, that's pretty accurate. Even in rural China we found people more fluent. I ...
... for some spicy food, so I spot a Thai restaurant on my way back to the hostel, sit in there and enjoy a fantastic Pad Thai, Pay the bill and decide to head to my first Onsen (Public Bath house) so heres the drill, you get in changeroom strip down all your riggin, and sit down at a little stump and wash your body really good, then for go and relax in 40deg+ hotspring and after putting so many miles on it feels awsome to relax, so for the ...