Holiday Inn ANA Kanazawa Sky
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn ANA Kanazawa Sky
Updated older hotel located near the city's center and close to a number of attractions. The bathroom is cramped to say the least. There is a crack in the sink. The lack of any English TV channels is annoying but apparently is common in Japan. OK hotel
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The Japanese breakfast was exquisite and sumptuous, a world apart from the western alternative.
We spent most of the day traveling to Kanazawa on the East Coast of the main island. There apparently was a significant volcanic eruption in one of the islands south of the big island. Smoke reached 9000m, but the lack of concern from everyone in …
Cool and occasional misty light showers today. Top of 17 degrees - finally some cooler weather.
First up to the train station where there is a beautiful modern tourist Info centre and purchased a city loop bus pass for 500 yen each ( bit over $5 AUD). The bus stops display real time information so you can see where the next bus is on the map and expected time of arrival.
We spent most of the day ...
... out in fairy lights, but not as over the top as Hastings Street at home. Quite tastefully done, whereas ours are crass in my view.
We could only find places with raw seafood and we're getting desperate for a beer and sit down so headed for the train station. If you want good affordable food in Japan, just go to the train stations or food courts in department stores.
We had mixed tempura (6 pieces for 600 yen or $7 ...
We took the train to Shinano Omachi, then bus to Ogizawa and scrambled over Mt kurobedairi and Mt Tateyama, arrived in Toyama that night Amazing mountains and autumn leaves. Had Japanese tempura set meal for lunch - ok but too many vegetables, not enough prawns. Worse pasta ever for dinner. But we found Tim Tams, Nutella and bread sticks in a ...
... we decided to make today an "easy going day". We slept in, travelled by bike, did not fill the day with too many activities and we decided to finish with a massage. Willem went for the foot reflexology and i chose the full body care. We both came to the conclusion that these little Japanese ladies have very strong hands: the massage was half way between torture and heaven. It was fantastic ;) Now we're ready for Kyoto ...