My Hotel Ryugu
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews My Hotel Ryugu Shizuoka
Travel Blogs from Shizuoka
... but at least it gave someone else a chance to jump in and save me! I spot this really pretty Japanese girl sitting at the bar, her name is Tomoko and she is from a couple of towns over, the thing about people here in Japan there are incredibly shy, but if you approach them they really want to practice their English, and turns out I really want to practice my Japanese, so I pull up a stump and for the next 2.5 hours, Tomoko and I just talk ...
I woke up from our bender feeling amazing. That saki is fabulous, no hangover, no nausea, just a clear head with which to contemplate the catastrophic night before. Amanda was still asleep, as I left her at about 2:30, so I took the bathroom first this time, (the room is so small and cramped that we often had to head to the rooftop ...
... in a pool, before heading out to the bay in the afternoon. Scuba diving, for those who haven`t done it, comes highly recommended: we saw an array of catfish, electric blue and orange fish, a few eels, lionfish, lots of cool stuff, even though the visibility was at times limited.
Unfortunately the journey home was less fun: it started badly when Gabe, his head still full of salt water and slightly dizzy after the pressure changes, got car sick and vomited. It got worse when we ...
The lower we get the higher the temperatures and humidity get as well and unbelievably we started the day around freezing temperature and arrive at Fujinomyia with 30+ degrees.
Our Ryokan is a beautiful place with very nice rooms with view on the Fuji that we have been climbing. In front of the spacious room we have a pond with Koi fish and the silence is perfect. We take ...
We start in the morning with the great breakfast of the hotel. Important is now to pack differently as we want to climb tonight Mount Fuji.
Thanks to Yuko we go for a short shopping downtown Kyoto before we pack and go.
The trrain ride to Fujinomyia takes some time and as we did not reserve the train we have to stand most of the time. Passing the area towards Fuji we see where the tea flelds are and now we understand where all ...