Metropolitan Nagano Hotel
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... de Karuizawa. L'eau coule en filets, des gens l'appellent la cascade des nouilles ou qque chose comme ça. Après on est allé manger dans un resto italien réputé du coin. Ça sentait l'ail en entrant donc j'ai eu envie de prendre qque chose a l'ail. En dait tout contenait de l'ail, même la salade. Pour accompagner les pâtes et salade, j'ai pris un thé roses rouges ...
... museum(free entry with castle ticket) which had some decent samurai armour, swords and guns. I then had a wander around Matsumoto which like Nagano moves at a much slower pace than Tokyo and for that reason has a much more relaxed feel.
I then headed back to my hostel in Nagano and had a rest ahead of visiting mt fuji tomorrow and the 4 hour train journey.
P.S sorry for all the castle pictures. I told you I liked ...
... the onsen. It really was a brilliant experience and well worth the 3300yen (roughly £20) I had paid to get there and the drenching I had got on the way. On the coach journey back the sky had cleared up slightly, allowing for full views of the impressive mountainous scenery and orchard fields that surround the basin in which Nagano sits. Tomorrow I plan to have a brief look around Nagano before heading to Matsumoto to visit the castle ...
... photos without anyone else being there. The main sanctum was divided into the inner and the outer. The inner sanctum had tatami mats, which meant that you had to take your shoes off first. Since it closed at 4.30pm and we only had 15 minutes left, it wasn't worth going in. We could walk around the outer sanctum till about 6.30pm.
We left at 4.30pm and dawdled our way back to the hotel. We stopped by ...
... We were then driven back to hotel for breakfast at 7.30am. Bags out at 8.30am to be delivered for us to a baggage collection centre at Shinano-Omachi.
We caught the train at Unazuki Onsen to go Tateyama. From there, we caught a cable car to Bijodaira which meant "beautiful woman". Then it was a bus to Murado, which was about the highest point that we could go at 2450m. We stayed there for a little while as ...