Hotel Mont Blanc Hakuba
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... small streams that constantly provides each wasabi plant with clear ,flowing water from the Northern Alps. transfer to Nagano to visit The world-famous "Snow Monkeys" of the Jigokudani Wild Monkey Park are cute any time of the year soaking in their onsen bath. But it's when it snow is when they are truly in their most photogenic element. And that area has started to get their winter snow fall, so now is your chance to ...
... On the way to the castle we walked along Nawate street which had some small shops in what were once Samurai houses. There seemed to be some symbolism or significance in frogs along the way. The castle is impressive with a main tower and two smaller towers. The view from across the moat is especially beautiful. For an admission price you can go inside the castle so for the second time today we had to take off our shoes (the first time was ...
... forecasters. Once I arrived at kanbayashi onsen, it was a steady 30/40 minute walk to the monkey park, a journey on which I realised how badly prepared I was for heavy rain like this. My trousers soon became drenched but thankfully my trusty rucksack kept all of my electronic devices dry (yeah I didn't think it through!). Due to the lack of information in my guidebook about the park, I didn't really know what to expect, so when i turned ...
... We were then driven back to hotel for breakfast at 7.30am. Bags out at 8.30am to be delivered for us to a baggage collection centre at Shinano-Omachi.
We caught the train at Unazuki Onsen to go Tateyama. From there, we caught a cable car to Bijodaira which meant "beautiful woman". Then it was a bus to Murado, which was about the highest point that we could go at 2450m. We stayed there for a little while as ...
... than our Japanese!--and have expressed deep emotions. We have seen people cry when they pray, men unable to go on for several minutes as they consider what God has done for them. They have sung songs of welcome and good-bye to us. They have clapped when we arrive and waved with both hands as we leave. They have taken whole weekends to be with us in many meetings, meals, and then time off work to take us sightseeing. Women whose names I never knew ...