Nishitetsu Resort Inn Beppu
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
- Free parking
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It was a very scenic 45 minute train ride through the mountains to our next destination, Yufuin on the Yufuin Express – a historic sightseeing train with all wooden finishes including hardwood oak floors. Yufuin is fairly small in size about 15,000 people but many tourists arrive each day to take in the charms of this town and setting. The town sits in a valley surrounded by mountains – it has a bit of a Banff feel to it. The tourist stick to the ...
After a "tofu, fish, rice, pickles, miso soup, more fish, even more tofu" breakfast, we left the hotel and headed for a sand bath on the beach, including onsen. Kyushu is, as the rest of japan, a volcanic island and in Beppu, there is black sand. This black sand is warmed up by the steam coming form the volcano and people can be burried alive. We decided to try it ;) First some old ladies make a hole of the length of your body. Then ...
This morning, we left Dogo Onsen early to catch a tram, a train and a ferry to Beppu, located on the Kyushu island. This is the last island we will be visiting. The boat trip to Beppu is quite long (almost 3 hours) and there are few places to sit. So we are adopting the local approach: take off your shoes and lie down / sit on the tatamis. Once settled, people play cards, chat with each other, read ...
We arrived in Hiroshima and it was raining. It is rainy season here in Japan and although we've hardly had blue skies, the grey haze has protected us from the possible heat from the sun. It's bad already with the humidity here that is pretty strong. We've been sweating like crazy! Hiroshima is best known for being the first place ever to be hit by an atomic bomb. On August 6, 1945 At 8:15am. Hiroshima was destroyed. Just like Nagasaki, Hiroshima has a memorial park and museum. ...
... like this. These places are definitely not vulgar. The Japanese seem to be very discreet. We have not seen any public display of affection. We've seen holding hands, but that's it. In Beppu, we got to sleep in a Tatami. Places like this seem to be less expensive. It was good. I liked it. To end our trip in Beppu we went to the Global Tower for a view of the city. This structure is super cool. I'll let you see the pictures... Now, on to ...