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Travel Blogs from Yaizu
Distance: 77.6 km
Elevation: 1,552 metres
Just when I thought I had left the mountains behind me for some easier cycling around the Izu Hanto, I was pulled back in by the lull of a coastal route which eventually led to an inland route with a significant climb. In fact, the day's elevation gain rivaled the climbs of the big mountains of the previous week. However, the ...
... and I went to explore the city. Shizuoka is very close to Mt Fuji so Dad's friend found us a nice high building to go to the top of, where we could see views of the whole city and Mt Fuji. We also went to a temple, which looked really nice but it was already getting dark by the time we got there so we didn't spend long ...
... a little back tracking we finally made it to a bullet train that should of taken an hour to Nagoya but took over two cause we picked the one that seemed to stop every station. But in Nagoya now and off to the world famous aquarium here. Mikes first experience of a capsule hotel tonight... Lol should be fun.
Interesting fact of the day: 25 people this year have died already on Mount ...
Today, I will ride the Shinkansen. It is the super fast train in Japan.
My friend Yuki got the wedding ceremony invitation from her friend.
I shall be her escort.
Yuki took me to the Tokyo station where is the starting station.
We go to Shizuoka where is famous for Japanese green tea and Mt. Fuji.
There are many people in Tokyo station.
The Japanese population is ...
... back to Izu Hanto by the super bullet (Shinkansen). We kept chatting and drinking some of the wine, beer and other things I bought once or received as present, until very late. The next day I took her to a place where I had already been with my parents, the 7 Waterfalls. I specially wanted to show her the biggest Waterfall with view from the Ryokan and its Outside baths. Beautiful spectacular view... but unfortunately, due to the typhoon ...