Hotel Resol Trinity Kanazawa
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We are now in Kanazawa, north and west of Kyoto. We came up yesterday by a train called Thunderbird and I thoroughly enjoyed the views as we travelled close to the water along the east coast and then moved up into more mountainous areas and saw plenty of picture postcard trees. Kanazawa seems quite wealthy and is beautifully kept - at least from …
... something I hope to replicate at home)...oh and of course the massive piece of naan bread! After dinner we wandered an indoor mall picking up some fruit for breakfast before heading back to the hotel. The Riga Royal had a gym and for a cool $21 you could use it. Feeling a little guilty about the considerable naan I consumed and wanting to embrace my chance to use some weight lifting equipment I headed to the gym. Post workout I ...
... but once inside we toured four stories complete with trap doors, hidden stair cases, a lookout and a well with an alleged tunnel to Kanazawa Castle. We learned in total the building had 29 stair cases which I'm sure half were hidden! After embracing our inner Ninja we boarded the warm bus and stopped at the Kenrokuen Gardens. While one might think there would not be much to see in the winter the gardens were actually quite breathtaking. The ground was covered ...
... of the gassho-zukuri style here. Jinya served as the local government office headed by the officials dispatched. Takayama's old town has been beautifully preserved with many buildings and whole streets of houses dating. After that,transfer to ...
This morning we got the "Thunderbird" train from Kyoto to Kanazawa, a city on the West coast of Japan. Kanazawa has a very regular hop-on-hop-off bus service from the train station to all the main sights of the city for a very reasonable price. I would recommend this as a way to get around and explore. The lady in the tourist office in the station was very helpful and was able to reserve us our first activity which was Myoryu-ji, also known ...