Hotel Nikko Kanazawa
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After barely escaping death by monkey mauling, we hopped the brand new (as of March 14) shinkansen to Kanazawa. We didn’t realize how big of deal this was. The city of Kanazawa was so proud to have a shinkansen line — posters plastered everywhere and goods of all sorts for sale. (Shinkansen trains are so advanced that they require …
... anyone buying one.
By now we have covered a lot of ground, so we take a rest under a cherry tree and Shauna basks in the beautiful sunshine.
Next its a bit of window shopping around the main part of town before heading back to the hotel and grab some tea.
Not the best of days. Starts out ok but doesnt take long for the rain to arrive and the wind is blowing quite strong. We do manage to visit the old town and take in the history of the area before ...
... original plans and ancient techniques 15 years ago. It was never overrun but seemed to burn down a lot and then be rebuilt. Across the road are the Kenrocken gardens,often described as one of the top 3 in the world. We were fortunate that the plum blossom was just coming out but in 3 weeks time the cherry blossom would be out so no room to move then. After a bowl of noodles for lunch we visited the 21st century ...
... of snow covering the fields ,trees and houses with the mountains shrouded in cloud. We follow a river with yet more hydroelectric dams,the water hurtling towards the sea with all the rain water and snow melt. Suddenly as we exit a tunnel we are down on the coastal plane and no sign of snow. Instead water filled paddies and houses built slightly higher than normal stretch ...
Second day of working out complete. Phew I thought that my will power to not become a sumo would only last one day. I am sure the Japanese cleaning ladies are wondering what this crazy Canadian is doing running up and down the stairs. We packed up and boarded our train for Hiroshima, some very snowy locales passing our window along the way. Closer to Hiroshima the snow disappeared and green started re-emerging. We arrived in ...