Numazu Riverside hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... almost-non-sequiteur appearance of a museum entirely dedicated to Antoine du Saint-Exupery and the Little Prince!
The botanical garden in particular overwhelmed me with the breadth of natural beauty on display. Walking among reeds and flowers in an enormous sunlit field, I felt so keenly that I've been 'doing it wrong' with an endless slog of overtime hours and wasted PTO.
I guess I just didn't know what I was ...
After a very traditional Japanese breakfast we drive to Gora Station and take a gondola ride across the Hakone Mountain crater to Owakudani. That's the site of the last volcanic eruption in Hakone 4,000 years ago. Off in the distance we see Mount Fuji! The skies today are still grey and we have some light rain, but at least we can see the top.
At Owakundai, we can see steam coming from the geothermal springs and the smell of sulfuric gas ...
... costs. During our drive, Kana gives us some interesting information about Japanese culture and traditions as well as a language lesson. I’m having a hard enough time learning Spanish, so there is no way I could get the hang of Japanese. Kana tells us that English is taught for 3 years in elementary school and 3 years in high school, but teachers’ focus on grammar and reading. Many students never get fully comfortable with ...
... us in the etiquette of Japanese onsen, where men and women bathe naked separately. However, the first time you bare all in an onsen alone is certainly a daunting experience as there are quite a few rules which you need to adhere to! After a relaxing bath, we had dinner at the top of the spa overlooking the mountains. The view was beautiful, and you can really see why the region is so popular with Tokyo-ites seeking some respite from city life. The next day, we ...
... for customers to sample. Gabe enjoyed a now infamous fifa session.
Having cut short on the fifa, we retreated for an early night before our early wake-up to go diving a few hours south west of Tokyo, on the Izu peninsula. After meeting our diving instructors at Shinjuku station, we drove down to our spot. The route, on a clear day, is stunning by the way. We had a fantastic view of the spectacular Fuji-san which dominates.
Arriving at the Toi bay, we spent the ...