Hotel Route Inn Kanazawa Ekimae
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... the semi-darkness. The ryokan names are all in Japanese anyway.
The room was large enough for the three of us. Dinner would be at 6.30pm so there would be time for a bath first as it was still about 5.45pm. Unfortunately, it is a communal public bath and I don't do naked in front of strangers or worse, in front of people that I know. Joseph and Shigeki went first as someone had to mind the room. Joseph returned first as he ...
Our last port of call and tour today before disembarking tomorrow in Maizuru. It looks to be a bright sunny day ahead since the typhoon has moved on which is good. We sail into the port before sunrise and are greeted at the port by ladies dressed in kimonos, and a Samurai cartoon character, I get a few pics with them and the Captain. We first travel to the Kenrokuen Gardens where we view the magnificent gardens. Our tea ceremony awaits, not very tasty ...
... in coming here and staying in this hotel is that we are right next door to a fish market. I didn't know what to expect with that but it is much more than a fish market - not only can you buy umbrellas but there are numerous restaurants. As soon as we got off the bus from the train station we went to the fish market for lunch. We had a delicious array of sashimi and tempura for a very reasonable price and then headed back to a different restaurant for dinner. Damien and ...
... The rain came, which was normal since the area has rain 200 days a year. We spent the afternoon on the ship.
We had only known for two days, that Typhoon Phanfone would divert us here from Tokyo, yet both the ship and the city were prepared. We were hosted to a dockside farewell, even though it was raining.
We sailed away to another night of rough seas and rocking and rolling. Enough ...
... sit along the walls on tatami floors and the food is served onto a small table in front of you,.
We have been 11 persons - all Europeans, except the girlfriend of a French guy. Thisone was able to speak Japanese. We have enjoyed a very good meal and were dominating the chopsticks best compared to the others
Before retiring to bed we visited the public onsen of the town