Hida Hotel Plaza
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... Lo curioso es que los Hombres y las Mujeres tienen sus baños separados y te tienes que bañar como Dios te trajo al mundo, nada de bañadores. Todos juntos como buenos hermanos. El pueblo está bastante bien, conserva unas calles con sus casas tradicionales de madera, con mucho encanto. Algunas de estas casas, son antiguas destilerías de Sake, que todavía funcionan y puedes visitar. Por cierto, hubo que probar la ...
... laughed out loud at her embarrassing showing and felt relieved that she had set the bar pretty low. I pampered my fish with a nice deep tissue massage and proceeded to remove it's head and hopefully spine at the same time. With one swift pull i snapped the fish head clean off with not even a single shred of the spine. Man was i the laughing stock of the room. I decided to change the subject of conversation from my fish failure to my new found forte sake drinking. ...
... roles which I think the other diners and servers found quite amusing. Probably the last time you will find us in a traditional tatami style restaurant again. Our legs and back were screaming to leave but our stomachs were having the time of its life. The sushi was amazing. We tried beef sashimi sushi for the first time. With a dash of salt sprinkled on it, the taste was unbelievable. The whole thing just melted in our mouths. Some other honourable mentions were the ...
... back at Bon who was following close behind to see how she was doing. This is when the unthinkable happened. Bon approached the turn and let's just say she panicked and forgot how to ride a bike. Like in the scene where ET goes home but with much much less airtime, her bike elevated and she flew off the trail and into the rice field. It was probably about a 3 foot drop into the rice fields. Bon took one of my early posts about being one with nature these next couple of ...
Our next destination was Takayama, southwest of Tokyo by a few hours.
We spent our days here in an old guesthouse where the lights went out at 10pm, which meant that we were getting our beauty sleep!
Renting bikes and hiking through the gorgeous Japanese alps was definitely ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking