Hotel Regina Nasu
- Tennis Court
- Refrigerator in room
- Breakfast Available
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... settlement. The main building is a large, single roofed, 3-storey structure. There is a large hall with a sunken hearth, a living room, a room with the family's Buddhist altar, a guest room and sleeping rooms. Above the sleeping rooms is a mezzanine, with a few handicrafts revealing the lives of the people of the time. There were also some silk works, looms, and the like.
The shiny black ceiling was interesting and gave some clue as ...
... will miss it, get to the station and the guard on the train spots me holds the train up so I run across the bridge to get to the train can't believe that he ended up leaving 2 minutes late. I was impressed. Get to Nikko lots of people trying to find how the place works. They find me a hotel almost half the price but no food included. In the end the western looking bed was so hard that I should have slept on the floor it would have been softer. The room was only just bigger then ...
caught the early train 10am up to the Nikko area. went to KInugawa first to do a fairly tourist thing where I went down the rapids in a traditional Japanese boat. I was the only westy on the boat and the whole tour was done in Japanese so I did not get any of the history and or jokes that were being told on the 30 minute trip down the river. I still had no where t stay the night and it was looking ...
... We only had about 4 hours in Nikko itself before the last train home so this was kind of a rush trip. What I didn't expect from the journey to the waterfall was that it was so high up in the mountains. We must of did at least 50 180 degree turns with the bus going up and then down. Not a trip for those easily affected by motion sickness...jeez. Once up top we had some pretty good ramen and then went off to view an incredibly beautiful ...
... looking from what i know!
Today confirmed what i knew about Japanese: they are not very fit and ready to walk! After getting the city map from the tourist information and telling the lady we wanted to walk everywhere, she looked horrified. I also noticed that Japanese don't walk up the escalator ever and generally speaking walk very slow.