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... at Karuizawa outlet. It was first "Discovered" and promoted as a mountain resort by Western residents of Japan. you can also indulge in some of the many leisure activities available, such as bowling, golf and cycling around town (own expenses). Overnight at Ski ...
... br> The sliced bread in the shelve was looking so good, compared to the usual bread Japanese are buying it's not difficult... bread like the brand "Harrys", undustrial stuff. But of course, I understand why they skip the so-looking-good bread... Look at the price !!! Over 800¥.
Time to return home, it will be already cold and so dark, no need to wait more. It's around 3,5km walking, good training.
By the way, I took a pictures of ...
No big plan today, I prefer that we take time to rest together.
Getting a really quick breakfast while he is in the shower ... can't wait until the lunch before to have any food in my stomac.
Starting then the day later, buffet restaurant, eat as much as you want. Good quality food (local and/or organic). We ate way too much ^^
The dessert, from China, is a kind ...
... And after, while passing in front of a food stand, the smell was attrcting us. So, he tool a churrasco pan, bread filled with vegetables and grilled meat. It was delicious, we regretted to have eaten the other stuffs before.
The illuminations are starting, it was darker a bit later.
It was like Xmas season!!!
The park is famous for its wysteria trees, hundreds years old. It's not their flower ...
... balader dans la ville de Takasaki.
On m'a dit qu'il allait faire froid, mais il y a plein soleil et il fait assez chaud.
Arrivée à la gare, il y a plein de magasins à l'intérieur. Je voulais manger un dessert, donc j'ai opté pour la glace.
J'ai choisi "Love potion" et "gateau-fromage-fraise"...
Aujourd'hui c'est un jour shopping, rien de spécial excepté découvrir les environs.
Le soir, j'ai eu un repas traditionnel japonais : un ...