Metropolitan Nagano Hotel
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Banquet room
- Refrigerator in room
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... Out of the mountains and about 30 minutes from Nagano. Maleny/Montville style town. Warm here, about 24 degrees - so we were a bit hot as we dressed for the mountains. While touristy, it is quiet and unhurried. It is chestnut season for this area so speciality shops with everything "chestnut" and cafes, beautiful craft stores, sake brewery (no thanks after last nights headache), galleries and museums. There is also an open garden ...
... private tour for 4! The guide then took us up the mountains on a magical mystery tour. We had no idea of what was happening, but it was a lovely drive first past apple and grape orchards and then on very narrow steep roads to the ski fields including Nozowan. We saw hot springs belching steam (volcano country), natural springs with beautiful drinking water, and even a light sprinkling of snow. Eventually we ended up back down the slopes above Nagano at Hotel Selan, which ...
... salad, pumpkin soup, pork tenderloin and apple compote for dessert. The dessert even came with a special greeting as I had been chatting with my friendly server, Fidea. Fidea was originally from Tanzania, married a Japanese man and has been in Japan now for 19 years. She speaks fluent Japanese and a little English. To make the day even better, the whole meal came to 3,000 yen or about CDN $35, an unbelievable price for the quality of the food and the ...
... people know each other. There's something cleansing (no pun intended) about sitting at a stool in a stall with a low mounted water tap and a plastic pan that you fill with water and drench yourself. I find it quite refreshing and relaxing and many Japanese dream of retiring in a town or home with an onsen facility.
I've not plotted a route for tomorrow yet. Needless to say, judging by the mountains in all the photos, there will be climbing ...
Walked to Matsumoto castle, an amazing old wooden castle, shoes off, and walked up the 6 levels. Some stairs were very steep, almost vertical. Beautiful manicured gardens. We had ice creams under the vine covered pergola, and then went to the Matsumoto city museum, small but interesting. All tired and hungry went to ...