Hotel Route inn Court Minami-Alps
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... Day 3
Fuji Q!!!!!! Such a great day woooooo! Amazing rides, 4 big roller coasters, one of which is probably the best rollercoaster I've ever been on, it was just crazy we had to go on it twice! There's not much to say, a theme park is a theme park but wow all those coasters were incredible , we had so much fun :-D
In the evening we went to the bar downstairs which is American themed as owned by the same guy as the hostel, Michael's Mount Fuji Hostel. ...
... the beautiful autumn foliage. In the evening we had a fish party and the manage of the hostel skilfully cut open a big tuna and we samples delicious sashimi and parts to boil into water with veggies. Super cool a lot of all required and a really sharp knife! Every morning I made my own eggs and bacon with milk as the supermarket was just around the corner. Just can't handle noodles or rice in the morning!! So all in all the mount Fuji visit was on of the highlights so far.
... it was tasty and what we needed before heading to bed.
The next day was rain, heavy rain all day. We ended up walking up to
the main station and catching a free link bus to the 'Highland' area
where we found bowling; an excellent thing to do on such a rainy day.
It was good fun and the shoes are nicer then the ones back home and
to top it off...I won both games! :-) Some wondering round the area
followed, with some looking and aw-ing at the roller coasters that
... We had coffee, salad, pizza toast, spaghetti cream sauce, another pizza toast and a piece of chocolate pie. I'm not quite sure what the little old thought of us, but anytime she brought us silverware, it was for one. Oh, and I can't forget to mention that the table we sat at made us feel like we had eaten one of the special cookies from Wonderland. We were giants. ...
The guys warned us that dinner in Mount Fuji was going to be an adventure, boy were they right. Let's just say that getting lost and asking for directions has an entirely new meaning to us since using the map wasn't an option considering none of us can read symbols and pictographs. Along the course of the way, we ended up driving through a cemetery with giant pillar-looking headstones. It was beyond creepy. Once ...