Hotel Quest Shimizu
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... on me on this 2 wheels of thunder........throw my day pack in my basket, and let me remind you the last time I was on a bike was about 15 years ago, well except for that one time my cousin Chris sent me up on a chairlift at Nighthawk in GP and pushed me down a couple of black diamond runs, but I set my course, I am going to to bike around Mt Fuji biggest of 5 lakes, Lake Kawaguchi-ko, for the next 2 hours you cant wipe the smile off my face, ...
I woke up from our bender feeling amazing. That saki is fabulous, no hangover, no nausea, just a clear head with which to contemplate the catastrophic night before. Amanda was still asleep, as I left her at about 2:30, so I took the bathroom first this time, (the room is so small and cramped that we often had to head to the rooftop ...
... and found ourselves emerging onto the most impressive street either of us have seen. You are bombarded by advertising on every level of (again) enormous skyscraper structures. Many of these have garden spaces on various floors where families hang out. After picking up a nice meal on the twelfth level of one we tried, with difficulty, to find the famous Sony building among the cluster of different brands. When we eventually found it, we messed around with all the spec ...
... and cool slowly down. have a nap and recharge batteries. We are the only guests and have all the attention of the personell.
The onsen we can enjoy for the first time together and this is a perfect cure for our muscles to recover. There is even a refridgerator with beer available.
In our Yukata we are seated in the dining room and enjoy a great dinner and we take another bath before we retire.
What a nice treat after such a nice trip
... Half way up we pass them as they rest exhausted before the next attempt. We don't stop and continue our way up. As all the path is easy to follow (no one is allowed to use other than the official path), but steep, we pass the station 6, 7, and 8. We arrive at 22:30 at station 9a and decide to lodge there.
For a reasonable CHF 55.- per person we get a bunk bed with approximately 150 others and rest until 02:00 when the climbers ...