Kamakura Prince Hotel
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First thing went to the JR Rail Centre to exchange vouchers for 21 day Japan Rail pass. All very formal with lots of stamping and efficient service. Once you get the pass you then have to go to a separate area to make reservations. Booked all our train trips as we have green car pass, and just as well we did as one leg we could not get a reserved seat in the green car, so had to settle for a reserved seat in an ordinary car.
... We walked to the left where families enjoyed the tide pools. Walking to the farthest shores, we finally found some breathing room. The breeze was refreshing and the scenery rewarding. Mike didn't want to wait in line to take the ferry back so we hoofed back up and over the mountain island luckily finding some lesser used routes. Perhaps it wasn't the best day to do this outing, but I still really enjoyed the visit. It took us over 2 hours to get home. ...
... 20 - walked along the beachfront of Yuigahama, inadvertently coming across a mini festival with lots of food stands and Hawaiian-style dancing WE LOVED: - Hiking through the woods - even if the mud did get a little bit slippery! - Millie having to rethrow her plate: let's hope that's not against the enlightenment ...
... over roots, rocks, through slippery mud...the kids had a blast! Daniel gave me a bamboo walking stick, I held on to it to make him happy, but I'm so glad I had it! Some of those rocks were slippery and that stick was very helpful. Joe slipped and fell twice, each time Daniel was worried. "Be careful of your back daddy!" At one point, the trail had a chain hand rail to hold onto as you walked down some very uneven and steep steps. Then around ...
... Nice flavour, but a lot of chewing required.
With my belly as full as it can be I finally make my way to the gardens.
Hamarikyu, here I come! An office at the entrance offers free audio tours, so I
naturally accept. I rush to the first bench I can see so that I can write up
the thoughts of all I’ve experienced so far. After finishing my writing, about
ten minutes passed before a loud PA system reminds me that the park closes in