Hotel Century Shizuoka
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... to the mountain had been closed, the cruise and cable car were closed due to unsafe conditions. We at least had a nice lunch. After taking us up to another, lower mountain lift that was still being run, the tour guide tried to describe how beautiful Mt. Fuji is when you can see it. (It is amazing, Mt. Fuji looks exactly like the Alps (at least the way they looked when I spent several days in the rain in Salzburg). The company found a nearby lake and arranged for ...
... rain forest with here and there some rice and wasabi fields. We go over Funabara Pass and after a beautiful, long and winding drive we finally arrive at the Hotel. To get to the hotel you have to drive through a charming and hilly residential area. The hotel itself is surrounded by a sports complex, there are multiple tennis courts and a soccer and baseball field, all belonging to the Winery. Like in so many hotels in Japan there is a large gift shop containing lots of ...
Yet another trip on the bus, this time to Mt Fuji, which is only about two hours from Tokyo.
We were so thrilled when we saw Mt Fuji on our way to Tokyo, as we had met a few travellers who had gone to see Mt Fuji and saw nothing but clouds. We felt that even if we only got clouds this time, we had at least seen the mountain top.
Well, we ended up seeing both the peak and the masses of clouds that seem to circle the mountain for hours on ...
... you get a free cup of ice with. So then Tyler and I were merciless when teasing Fred about the fact that he paid for a cup of just ice.
At Bar Cooliyo, we were the only people in the bar since it was 7pm. But that gave us some time to overcome the language barrier since the bartender did not speak any English. We order our first round of drinks and started reminiscing about our trip. Tyler and I were arguing about whether or not we were in ...
... rice dishes and Japanese curries. There are also a wide selection of dried instant noodles that can be made in the shop and some stores have stools and tables for eating them. All of these supermarkets have an ATM inside, a hot water dispenser, at least two or three microwaves. Every time you buy food the shop assistant asks if you want it heated. There are coffee machines in each store that produce fresh ground coffee. There are also thousands ...