Hotel Grand Fuji
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... in which you can kiyack down the river). The scenery was gorgeous! The mountains and the trees were so green. It was an intense green color, so beautiful. We even saw monkeys. The next day we rented bikes (about $6.00/day!!!!). It was a beautiful day with blue skies! How lucky! We rode to many shrines, along the river and all over town. It was so much fun and great exercise too. We visited the famous Golden shrine ...
... in the torrential rains and were trying to find a museum to park us in for a few hours. Andre and I finally couldn't take anymore, decided to cut our losses and head back to Tokyo. We asked for our tickets for the bullet train but were refused. We were told that we would have to make our back on our own. We caught a taxi to the nearest train station and were able to figure out how to take 3 commuter trains (over 100 km distance) to get back to Tokyo.
It was ...
I finally got a good nights sleep. I left a pile of garbage in the hotel room, because I had been packing all of it around. I repacked better too. I left the hotel at 8:45 am (five minutes early!). I drove to the Honda Collection Hall/Motegi Twin Ring again. I picked up the souvenir I wanted, and saw parts of the museum that I blazed through before. The property that the Twin Ring is on is massive. There's a hotel and amusement park. Renting a car is really ...
... at the Hakone hotel. An exceptional western style buffet.
A short walk through a planted cedar forest over 150 years old to the pier for a boat ride on the lake. Would have been really gorgeous if the sun was out.
Next stop was the sculpture park. An outdoor display of western and Japanese scuptures which was diverse and vibrant. The star attraction of the outdoor museum is a Picasso gallery with the largest collection of works of ...
... town. This is a hilly area with an indented coastline, the tiny villages are way below, usually located at one of the many inlets. Scuba diving is a popular tourist attraction in this part of the Izu Peninsula. When we want to visit one of the tiny villages we have to take a narrow, winding and steep road down to sea level. In the fishing village itself the roads are very narrow too, usually only one lane and you have to be lucky not to have a car come from the opposite ...
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