Toyama Chitetsu Hotel
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Right above the railway station, could not be more convenient for travelling. However, the railway station area is a big building site, which may not suit some
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... takes about 3 hours. Its a combination of train, cable car and bus. So many people are heading here as its is the first day of being declared open the the public, so the queues are very long. The first train is nothing special. the cable ride takes you way up the mountain, then the bus ride is about 20 ks to the final destination. The bus i by far the slowest, winding its way through the narrow snow corridor until we reach the snow tunnel. This area has some of the ...
Heavy dinner again with even more food than the previous night. Unbelievable food. The rice had been harvested only a few days ago. I have not tasted rice this good before. Needless to say, I couldn't eat the sashimi and couldn't offload it to anyone else. I did boil one piece of tuna in the soup and it tasted OK.
The big boss of the ryokan, usually a woman, came out to thank us for staying. I guess she ...
... Robert was almost decapitated by the train doors on the way up. He thought that the train would stop for a few minutes and stuck his head out. The doors closed suddenly and luckily for him, his reflexes were slightly quicker than his wit. We couldn't help but laugh. I guess the situation would be different if he really did get hurt.
It was ...
... to everything on the road. But after reaching the first rest area, I had felt quite confident. Aqua, the small Prius hybrid car by Toyota is quite smooth, quiet, and oil-saving. The screen shows the oil consumption by km/liter, and the number usually fluctuated between 25-35. (On the last day when I filled the tank, we only consumed 21 liters for 600+ km! around 30 km/l, very impressive!)
The drive up the mountain ...
... an adrenalin junkie. Truth be told, I'm sure I still am however, some days I could definitely get by with a little less. Adrenalin overload in and of itself can be exhausting.
On the flip side, there are many laughable, ludicrous, nonsensical predicaments that accompany daily life in the circus. For your amusement I've compiled some of them into the list below. I'm sure there are many more wonderful absurdities that await my discovery. I look forward to meeting ...