Holiday Inn ANA Kanazawa Sky
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Hiroshima. Framing it all were the mountains. I think this view wins for best bedroom view of the trip hands down. Much to our internet addicted disappointment we quickly discovered that the Wifi was subpar. We managed to find a trip advisor recommended restaurant between losing and regaining signal. We bundled up and headed a couple of blocks away to enjoy a fantastic Indian dinner. The highlight of our meal was the ginger ...
... removing our shoes and entering the tea house. We were asked to sit on mats on the floor while a kimono clad women served us a cup of matcha green tea with a meringue cookie. At this point we realized we would be having one cup of tea not sampling many so we sat back and enjoyed our tea with a view of the stunning gardens. After our tea we toured the rest of the tea house especially enjoyed a room with window on three sides gazing out into the tranquil garden. ...
Shirakawa-Go Village is registered as a UNESCO world heritage site. Located in a mountainous region, there village with their Gassho-style houses subsisted on the cultivation of mulberry trees and the rearing of silkworms. There are about 110 ...
... them doing more) however we were provided with books that had all the information translated into English so we were able to follow al that was going on. It was fascinating and so clever how all the passageways linked together and how a 2 storey house actually had 7 storeys. I would definitely recommend it as a place to visit. Next up was Kenrokuen garden, one of the top three gardens in Japan. This was very pleasant to stroll around. ...
... my over enthusiastic search proved fruitful, we would just have to admire the natural scenery. We enjoyed lots of traditional street food as well as visiting a few shrines and temples. The highlight of my day was sitting under a 800 year old Ginko tree for an eternity admiring its magnificent structure whilst Jac also spent the time trying to get that perfect photo that captured its spirit. Autumn on Japan is truly a beautiful ...