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Not my best day today. I decided on a bit of a whim yesterday that I was going to take a trip to Mt Fuji. I booked a hotel online at the last minute just before I fell asleep, didn't book any train tickets, didn't look at the weather forecast, and then got up this morning and started the trek to Kawaguchiko, one of the towns in the foothills of the mountain with reputedly excellent mountain views over a lake. Can you foresee any problems that may have ...
... get views and photos of Fuji would be from the other side of one of the 5 lakes that surround fuji. I headed for lake kawaguchiko, the biggest of them and spent most of the day walking around it, walking a total of 11 miles. The lake is reminiscent of on of the Italian lakes and was nice enough even without Fuji being there. By mid afternoon I finally got the view I'd been hoping ...
... few minutes for the next one. Thank goodness the trains come every 5 minutes here.
We arrived in plenty of time at Tachikawa Station and rang Norzin to let her know. We waited and waited for her at what we thought was the designated spot. It turned out that we had to wait outside the station at the Granduo Department store. There was access from the store from the train station as well. All in all, we waited about 50 minutes. We ...
... were not aware of it, just slowly strolled along the crowd. Fortunately they waited for everyone from the central line to get on the yoshida line, two-car nostalgia train. Slow, but very crowded. Mt. Fuji appeared a while, and soon hid itself in the cloud.
After reaching the final destination, Kawaguchi Lake (river mouth), it's already noon. We had lunch (Udon and rice curry shaped like Mt. Fuji) there before taking a bus to the lakeside. We rented small pedal ...
... and cool slowly down. have a nap and recharge batteries. We are the only guests and have all the attention of the personell.
The onsen we can enjoy for the first time together and this is a perfect cure for our muscles to recover. There is even a refridgerator with beer available.
In our Yukata we are seated in the dining room and enjoy a great dinner and we take another bath before we retire.
What a nice treat after such a nice trip