Kanazawa Central Hotel East Building
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... quite bent and it has me wondering if it is osteoporosis as they seem to eat very little dairy. Other than milk in coffee, we have had no dairy since we arrived and pretty well no breakfast cereal, bread or meat. It is a very different diet but we are enjoying it. Though no dairy has made no difference to my head cold which is still giving me grief as I now have a chesty cough. Argh so annoying!
... was excellent. Some small German sausages with mustard for 400 yen and 4 mugs of Kirin beer (3 for Rod of course!) and 2 massive bowls of hot soba noodles for 3800 yen or about $40. Absolute bargain. My soba had wild vegetables and was fabulous. We are eating so many noodles we have become excellent slurpers! But am a bit worried about the calories.
Hate our hotel room, can smell cigarette smoke, even though we are in a non smoking ...
We took the train to Shinano Omachi, then bus to Ogizawa and scrambled over Mt kurobedairi and Mt Tateyama, arrived in Toyama that night Amazing mountains and autumn leaves. Had Japanese tempura set meal for lunch - ok but too many vegetables, not enough prawns. Worse pasta ever for dinner. But we found Tim Tams, Nutella and bread sticks in a ...
Today, we checked out the old part of Kanazawa. But not before we went shoe shopping for mister Wiremu (Willem in Japanese). And we can tell you that in a country were people have more my (Julia ;)) size, it is challenging to find shoes in size 45 (or 28 in Japanese). But we managed. We ended up buying some French (yeah really, no joke) shoes but made in Japan ;) Today we were ready for some old houses and ancient ...
... was a small garden called Gyokusen'inmaru garden: a beautiful scenery of little trees, running water, stunning bridges. So cute. After that we went to the "garden next door", one of the most beautiful of Japan: Kenrokuen garden. It's been first started in 1603 and it got today's look in 1868. In 1874 it opened for the public and in 1922 it became a national site of scenic beauty. The garden has all the attributes of a perfect ...