Shiojiri Station Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Six very large suitcases, 4 stuffed carry-ons, 2 bulky kennels, 2 nervous dogs, 1 energetic toddler and only 2 adults. I'm not sure if flying half-way across the world with a two-year who apparently decided to boycott naps for the journey was more difficult than managing the sheer amount of stuff. Our small express shipment may take 45 days to arrive; the rest of our stuff perhaps a month or two behind. Therefore, six bags is not a lot especially with a toddler. I have ...
... castle, which is now surrounded by beautiful garden. The castle walls are still there and, despite the fact that the castle is bristling with measures to repel any enemy, the walls are not very high - well, the walls that are left anyway. Perhaps original walls were much higher and steeper.
There always seems to be something different to look at with the castles. Matsumoto is a very elegant looking building, known as "Crow Castle" ...
... winding corridor for what feels like ages in complete darkness, the idea is it makes everyone equal, fumbling along in the darkness your all in the same boat, very true I thought! After more of a wander around the surrounding areas I decided on a visit to the Jigokudani monkey park to see the infamous snow monkeys that inhabit the area, I imagined it was going to be an enclosure of some kind so didn't expect too much but on arrival at the bus stop it was clear it was in ...
By request, I am posting food pictures progressively during my time here in Japan. Interestingly enough, they don't eat that much sushi in Okinawa. Its one of the things that is very different about this place compared to mainland Japan. In this post, I will continue adding new pictures of food that I eat here in Japan. ...
... for the local soba noodles with mountain spring vegetables (we'd already seen fresh fern curls in the vegetable shop) - on the way we came across a Japanese doll shop - these dolls are used for a variety of purposes and ceremonies. The owner spoke good English and spent time explaining it all to us, it was really interesting. We were frustrated by not finding the two recommended restaurants as everything is in Japanese but we came across a big crowd and delicious food smells in ...