Hilton Odawara Resort & Spa
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... the Imperial Capital in Kyoto and with the Shogun’s capital in Edo (which is now Tokyo). Many of Japan’s present-day highways and railways follow these ancient routes. This hiking trail was a section of the original road that still exists. Although it has been restored and maintained, many of the large rocks that "paved" the road had been in place since it was built around 1630. Most of the path was flanked with green cedar trees, but bursts of fall ...
... would take all day with figuring out trains and finding the place in a little neighborhood. So after getting settled in and Jiji taking lots of pictures of the little traditional house, we set out to get lost and find some food. We ended up stopping at a little noodle/curry joint where they have a kiosk outside that you order from and take the ticket to the counter. An older gent helped us with the machine, since we ...
... switch backs required becomes our nemesis) to the cable car, up a steep mountain where we learn that the ropeway is closed due to "seismic activity." Hmmm. I'm supposing someone would let us know, or we would see puffs of smoke if Fuji was about to blow. We reroute to a bus that takes us down to Lake Ashi where we board a boat, pass a few red "torii" gates and supposedly sweeping view of mt Fuji. I'll have to take their word. On a side ...
... real estate with quaint houses and lots of restorations going on. Nowhere to park on the small blocks so they are quite adept at parking in the smallest of spaces.
The beach is big wide south facing,but the sand is talcum powder grey.
It was very busy being Sunday but you could get away from the crowds by going to the back streets and we enjoyed just seeing how the locals lived.
As it is a surfing town, ...
... photos). The ice that was there looked like blocks. Still, it was cool to be in a lava tube. After the ice cave, I decided I didn't need to check out the "Wind Cave" and the "Bat Cave" so I instead enjoyed a long, scenic bus ride around Lake Saiko and got off back around Lake
Kawaguchiko, near that big bridge separating the lake, as seen in one of the pictures. For a hoot, I decided to check out the one of the local museums that ...