Hotel Monterey Sendai
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... WE LOVED: - getting off the bus and being told that although scientists have warned of seismic activity we shouldn't be too worried (but 2/3 cable cars were out-of-use, along with various paths and areas including the Okama crater lake) - the buffet in our restaurant serving almost everything from steak to sashimi: so ...
This is our first layover for a few days. We are hoping to spend a day touring and then a day to tour and enjoy lunch with our friend Yuko. The house that we are staying at is incredibly beautiful. We are up the side of a cliff with lots of stairs and very steep small road up so no worries about getting exercise. The sun ...
... moving away from Tokyo, I noticed something interesting. The fashion-conscious youth from that huge mega city are being replaced by nothing but school uniforms. Everything I’ve seen about Japanese students has on these trains, speeding away from Japan’s capital, become a reality. They’re hanging about in a way only students can, playing games on their phones while simultaneously listening to music and chatting with their friends.
Spending the last few ...
... and a trinket shop. Down the narrow side alleys are dozens of tiny bars and restaurants, each with only 2 or 3 tables or 5 bar stools. Then there'll be a little shrine tucked away in the back, the incense mingling with the smell of Japanese beer.
At dinner the second night our new friends, who ordered everything so we don't know what we ate, suggested a couple of days in Matsushima, one of the most beautiful spots in Japan. ...
We left the Onsen in the morning and went back to Kakunodate to visit the Samurai houses. At the station you can always leave the baggage in coin lockers, so we could make the walk through the town in a more relaxed way.
Unfortunately it was pouring rain that we became wet - even with the umbrellas and were happy to get inside these samurai houses. They are very big, some of them even free of charge to visit
Later we travelled ...