Ryu Resort &Spa
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Smoking rooms available
- Multilingual staff
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Mostly sunny day, cool 13 degrees, no wind so comfortable with an extra layer or two of clothing.
Went to the bus station to book tickets to an old traditional town of Shirakawago but no luck as all booked out. Being Saturday the place is quite busy, though pace is relaxed.
It was 50 minutes each way, so figured it wasn't a bad thing missing out as lots still to see in Takayama. Spent the day strolling the old town, did ...
... a beautiful mountain stream lined on each side with steep forested mountains alive with autumn colours. At one spot it is dammed and there is quite a few hydro electric power stations along the way. Now we are out in the rural areas, there are basic railway stations and old ramshackle houses, just the same as you see anywhere when you go through poorer areas. There is a lot of small cropping and many homes have a large veggie garden, even in the front ...
Today we went to see the floats for the Takayama Autumn Festival. We wandered around the old town, and went to Salute for wood oven pizza - delicious. We bought some yummy chestnut biscuits. In the evening we went back into the town, and watched ...
In the morning we went to the Miyagawa morning market - it was great, yummy fried chicken. Joey bought Sarubobo dolls. Then we walked up to the Hida village, and explored the old houses. Collected stamps, answered the quiz and got a prize at the end. In the evening we went to Salute for pizza - delicious. We had Margherita pizza with ...
We left Toyama and caught the train to Takayama. Before we got on the train we went to the bakery and the mini mart nearly 5 times - for bread, churros, lollies, Arrived in Takayama and caught a taxi to our ryokan - Ryokan Murayama. We went onto the town to a French restaurant for dinner - ...