Hotel Mont Blanc Hakuba
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- Shuttle bus service
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... huge big snow flakes falling down, it has eased up a bit now but was lovely, such a novelty coming from the tropics to snow. A big on of us got dropped in for dinner at 6. We ended up at a ramen place for warm soup and a beer. We sat with a young NZ guy here for the skiing. After this he took us to a cute little bar where we had to try the sake cocktails. The most popular was the Cointreau, tonic and sake one. It was not badly prices too at ...
... who are working in Nagoya at an international school. We were dropped at a restaurant that has all sorts of small dishes to try and many types of drinks. I had to try the sparkling sake which was delicious- tad expensive so I won't be having those very often. We ordered some gyoza, duck with leeks, steamed chicken with ginger and steamed vegies. The flavours were lovely and it was just ...
... food from a vending machine- we needed help doing this! The guy cooking makes up your delicious soup with Ramen noodles and slices of pork, a soft boiled egg and some greens. It was soo tasty and cost about $7 a bowl. Back at Guesthouse Kura, we had a couple of beers and a guy staying there had some snacks to try as well as Marina gave us a try of some chocolate and a little white bean paste chicken shaped thingy which was quite ...
... town without finding it. Oh well. We had a foot Onsen which was great to warm up our chilly toes. The water was very hot at the start of it as it was fresh out the pipe, we had to move down a bit where it was cooler. It was so nice to sit and warm up out feet before getting back on the train. Dinner was at another lovely local place just around the corner, Matsuya. We ordered their special pork cutlet with sauce on rice plus the ...
... us much. We decided to go for a little walk around the area. It looked as though there was a park and a few temples which turned out to be a cemetery and a few temples. It was quite nice walking through it with blobs of snow on the ground. Some of the plots were quite historical with information about the people there. After this we started our train journey with our faithful wheels bags. We had to get back to Ueno station to catch the Shinkansen to Nagano. This was only a ...