Hotel Associa Toyohashi
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... suppose frostbite would be a hundred times worse.
We went back for the breakfast by 8am. There was the usual fish, rice with nori (seaweed), pickles, egg custard, miso soup and a few rather unrecognisable items. One looked like raw liver but it turned out to be sour plum.
We checked out and went for a walk around the lake. This time, I bought my gloves out. Now I can say, I have ...
Today I decided to have a little bit of a lie in, because of how quiet the hostel room was, instead of the norm of being woken up at 6.30 by people getting ready to leave for the day! Once up and out I headed for Nagano's only real tourist attraction (known more as a winter skiing destination) Zenko-ji shrine. Thankfully the weather had improved and areas of blue sky were starting to burst through the cloud. Zenko-ji's most interesting ...
... Castle too early (opened at 8.30). Museum first and then the castle. Shame about the heavy rain! Climbed to the top of the castle-steps extremely steep. Good views of surrounding area. Photo with young man dressed as a ninja with a sword -missed the one in warrior costume. Further along the road,promoting a walking quiz thing-cute character photo opportunity. Steve ...
The ryokan was nice and the futons were comfortable. The pillows were typically Japanese, filled with what felt like beads. It wasn't hard and at least moulded to the shape of your head like a memory pillow.
We had a Japanese breakfast with Joseph distributing his fish to the rest of us. There was rice, pickles, salad, omelette and sausages and a vegetable soup. It doesn't sound terribly Japanese but apparently, it is.
We were on ...
... I had bought yesterday in the wrong size for the new 60mm Olympus macro lens.
After that, we went to the other side of Kawasaki that we rarely venture into, to the Tokyu Hands Department store. It is much smaller than the one in Shinjuku. Joseph managed to buy a bottle of eau de cologne as he had forgotten to bring his from home. And not before time too. He was starting to pong a little.
We had to buy lunch at ...