Hotel Mets Kamakura Ofuna
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... by train to the seaside town of Kamakura which is South-east of Tokyo. Lovely narrow streets full of antique stores, ceramics and artists. Lots of quaint cafes, including one that only seated about 6 people, and food outlets. And of course lots of shrines and a massive bronze Buddha. We went for a bushwalk involving a rugged steep climb (not the best thing to do when you are feeling feverish and have a runny nose!!!).
... slowly snaking its way through the seemingly unending traffic. Although not an ideal scenario, at least the road followed the coastline. Mike & Will both softly snored, as I looked at the sun sinking over the water. There are far worse places to be stuck in gridlock. Japan might not feel like home yet, but I found myself thinking how cool that I get to live here. However, I think we'll stick to Zushi Beach for the rest of Silver Week. Japanese holidays are ...
I´ve been to Kamakura! This one and a half-hour train ride from Tokyo was definitely worth it. Kamakura is a place by the Pacific Ocean holding tons of temples, beaches, forests and mountains. And lets not forget the Great Buddha of Kamakura - one of the largest daibutsus (Buddha statues) in Japan. Having a 13 meter high, 121 tons heavy bronze Amida Buddha ...
... curve, the trail narrowed to only a few inches wide. Glad the kids were ahead of me and I didn't have to watch them cross that section!
Later on, the trail came out through a residential area and we walked passed some homes, up a road and at the top there was a view of Zushi Beach. At the end of the 2 hour hike, we came out by the Big Buddha in Kamakura. It was such a fun family day in the beautiful scenery and meeting new friends!
... So much for truly experiencing the gardens, I guess.
5 pm already? Gosh, how time flies when you wake up at 11 am. I grab my trusty
guidebook and find something to do for the rest of the evening. The Mori Art Museum
stays open until 10 pm, so I casually stroll in the direction of the subway,
where I come across a couple with a kid in a stroller looking lost.
I offer my help, making sure they realise that I only arrived yesterday and
there is ...