- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
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... looked outside. It was drizzling, and the forecast called for rain. We took the ferry across Tokyo Bay to Chiba prefecture. From there the bus drove to Tatayana to Castle Shiroyama. At the top of a large hill set the replica of a castle originally built by a lord of Tatayama in 1580. That was destroyed decades later and several castles were built and demolished over the years. The current castle was reconstructed in 1982 modeled after the ...
... japanese: ichi to ichi (it means like one and one, pointing to the food I wanted to buy). It turned out that the meatballs werent exactely meat, but more like patatoe or something like that, but still very delicious! After watching the kids dance we followed the people walking somewhere else, and in the end we found ourself at the beach. Only a few moments later some firework started just next to us and we had a beautiful view. After this spectacular show we again ...
... our sleepy child to bed. Perhaps he'll occasionally dream of lanterns and shrines throughout his life.
After another late Saturday night, we lounged around the house and Will took an early nap on Sunday. As soon as woke up, he asked to go to the beach. Mike offered to drive so we could check out a recommended beach at the southern end of the peninsula rumored to have ample parking. After a forty minute drive through coastal towns and even some ...
It was a bright, bright sunshiney day :-D Sooo lovely to see blue skies!! We started with a walk around the Kawazu Seven Waterfalls then headed north up the east coast of Izu Peninsula to the spectacular Jogasaki coastline, the suspension bridge and flower gardens. Then on to Mt Omuro, an extinct volcano covered in grass. We rode the chairlift up the very steep slope and at ...
We chilled out reading books this morning while it was pouring rain it was enjoyably relaxing. The rain started to ease off about 10 and we set off for a drive around the coastline of the Izu peninsula. It's not very far, just as well as the speed limit is 40 or 50km throughout the region. We had a fun day. The pics tell it ...