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... camera battery while eating soba dinner. After sundown, I w net back to Thea a hill to ride the rope way or hang train up the hill for the grand view of Hakodate at night. It was beautiful , but with the hoards of tourists dropped off by the tour bus , it was incredibly crowded. Again there is souvenir shop at the base of the rope way station. After leaving, these action, the crowds thinned out very quickly, it was a pleasant and quiet walk back to my ryokan ...
... for close to 50 minutes.
We arrived about 8 minutes late but who's complaining. We walked about 300m to the Hakodate Danshaku Club Hotel. We all have a really nice room. Takako has done well. In fact, it is an apartment. We do have a full kitchen, bathroom with an onsen and a separate lounge and bedroom. It is probably bigger than most Japanese apartments, and most Australian hotel rooms.
We were going to go to Mt Hakodate by cable ...
... had a picnic lunch there, joined by some rather large and vocal crows who demanded that we share our sandwiches. Otaru was the site of a charming street filled with admittedly tourist-oriented shops, restos and attractions. Here, we found a memorable music box museum. It contained centuries old music boxes of every variety, ranging from the miniscule matchbox to the piano-sized. All were lovingly restored and in working order. ...
... to the Donburi Yokocho Market. It's the Hakodate Morning Market of fresh seafood. There is an abundance of fresh fish stalls and small eateries where they cook your fish fresh. In most of the windows are plastic models of the food on offer and the price. Generally you are looking at 5 kinds of seafood, Sea Urchin, Salmon Roe, scallops, Salmon, crab, raw squid etc and rice for around ¥1500 ( $15.00) I do want to try the crab so I chose a crab ...
... catholic, russian orthodox, etc.) beside some shrines. The houses are build according to Western style and remember the time when the first traders have lived there
On the way back we heard in the old shipyards German music and ended up in a restaurant that had a beer festival with "german" dishes. Overall a funny evening and day