Hotellerie Maille Coeur Shougetsu
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... a drink at the tea house. However, we did peek inside the family-run establishment that has been serving refreshments for over 350 years. A large pot being heated over an open fire filled the room with the smell of wood smoke, and had Will wanting to call Fireman Sam (his favorite TV fire hero). Later, he would report that the “fire house” was his favorite part of the day.
We continued hiking crisscrossing the road several times. Will loved a ...
November 7th We left Yokohama on the Yokohama and Yokosuka JR Rail Lines. We had to check out of the Best Western in Yokohama at 10am, but Jiji was anxious to get going, so we headed out after breakfast. Our next destination was Zushi, where I was able to pick up a nice little house on AirBNB. It took some effort to get to, since the cell tower nearby kept fiddling with our wifi router, but we got there before noon. We ...
... switch backs required becomes our nemesis) to the cable car, up a steep mountain where we learn that the ropeway is closed due to "seismic activity." Hmmm. I'm supposing someone would let us know, or we would see puffs of smoke if Fuji was about to blow. We reroute to a bus that takes us down to Lake Ashi where we board a boat, pass a few red "torii" gates and supposedly sweeping view of mt Fuji. I'll have to take their word. On a side ...
... real estate with quaint houses and lots of restorations going on. Nowhere to park on the small blocks so they are quite adept at parking in the smallest of spaces.
The beach is big wide south facing,but the sand is talcum powder grey.
It was very busy being Sunday but you could get away from the crowds by going to the back streets and we enjoyed just seeing how the locals lived.
As it is a surfing town, ...
... trip is up. Once breakfast was done we packed up what was left in our room and headed to the subway. We needed to catch a train a bit further away so it was a bit more of a walk through Ginza going against the flow of businessmen in suits heading to work. We managed to get on the right train and headed to Shinagawa station which is one of two bullet train stations in Tokyo. The bullet train ride was only about 25 minutes before we got to the nearest station to Hakone ...