Sounkaku Grand Hotel
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... bean pods, followed by chicken, pork yakitori, baked onions that kept coming out. I lost count as to how many plates there were but they were really soft and sweet. We also had fish but Joseph had two potato patties. The last dish was asparagus wrapped in ham. It was a little strange that the waiter took one of ours to give it to the table next to ours, which left our table one short. The final dish was dessert of green tea or vanilla ice cream. It was ...
... first imagined......our toes fingers and toes had gone numb, but we ventured forth.... then one of my snow shows broke....this was not going to be fun :-/......in an effort to explain my predicament i stepped forward and sunk past my waist....Ok so we need to go back....I McGuyvered the shiz-nizel out of my snow shoe as we ventured straight down through the snowdrift toward the chairlift...not realising as neither of us had been skiing that chairlifts go ...
The highlight is definitely the sake testing. The non premium sake tasting Is free. The few premium sake they do charge a nominal fee. For 150 yen, I tasted a full to the brim cup of the most expensive premium sake. Which we eventually bought. Think it was about 5940 yen. When compared side by side, the difference in quality was ...
... an hour or so exploring the gorge the other side we went back to the trusty 7-Eleven for a food stock up in preparation for our next days walking. We dropped off the bikes at the hostel as were pleased to be checked into our own private room (we were expecting bunks) with a bunk and traditional (floor) option. Tom tried the hostels onsen, which was a relaxing hot tub style experience, with strict instructions for cleaning etiquette before getting ...
... entirely. We thought we found one,
but it was the parking lot for a beauty salon, so we backed up a
one-way street to the parking lot we knew was just about 100m back.
After parking, we walked along a pedestrian shopping street. Bryan
tried to procure a working sim card for his phone, but left the
mobile phone store empty-handed. He believed the solution was lost in
translation and was unconvinced that it wouldn't be possible. ...