Southurn Cross Resort
- Non-smoking rooms
- Smoking rooms available
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... you could eat and soak your feet in a hot bath while enjoying the view) were taken but the yummy treats made us soon forget our disappointment. We planned on exploring for the rest of the morning then grabbing lunch before hiking. We were unsure the best way to proceed as we couldn't see everything nor did we want to get too tired before our hike. To the south was a scenic park jutting out into the lake. On the north shore sits the Hakone shrine. We decided to let Will ...
... me. For breakfast the next morning, second verse, same as the first. More of the same. Grilled fish, orange slices, more rice and sweet egg bake. We spend the afternoon touring the open air museum. Very cool and the pictures will show you better than I can explain. After another round of trains, planes and automobiles (and that evil red train) we find the Hyatt Hakone, sit in a beautiful lobby and order cheese and wine before our trip back to ...
We were up earlier today as we had to pack a day bag and make arrangements to get the rest of our bags to be shipped to our hotel in Kyoto. The tour company printed the instructions for shipping our bags in Japanese so the guy at the front desk understood exactly what we wanted and where they needed to go which was nice. We had the western breakfast again today as I still didn't feel like braving the rice porridge. I have a feeling there will be many more opportunities ...
... guests seem to be here to enjoy the onsen facilities, you only have to site in the foyer - 90% are roaming around in yukatas (cottons dressing gown). The surrounding gardens are beautiful with 2 waterfalls and a small shrine. Cam and Omi had a soak in the hot tub and Celie is amused because when you open the toilet door the toilet lid automatically puts itself up and makes a sound like 'hi'. We area about to go to dinner, not sure what to expect but we're very excited. Until ...
... are purely for relaxing in the hot mineral water and segregated by sex as you do not wear anything whilst soaking. The third type, which Rod and I used are the private onsen. For a fee, you can book a small private onsen, to enjoy together privately. It is the only way that men and women can share an onsen, otherwise they are all segregated. It was a great way to relax after our hike and melted away the aches and pains!
So yesterday, in the rain and cloud we headed ...