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TripAdvisor Reviews Tsuwabukitei Numazu
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We spent 2 fun days, cruising on the lake, riding scenic cable cars up and over the mountains, buses shuttling us around from point to point, and a tramway taking us up to our mountainside hotel. Even the train ride there was a unique experience, a small train chugging up the mountain, with a few switchbacks along the way to overcome the steep climb. I could swear I heard it ...
... Mt Fuji.
That pretty much filled in the day as we got back to our accommodation just in time for dinner. I enjoyed today's meal a bit more than last nights.
Now we have packed all our stuff ready to head off to Takayama tomorrow and I've spent some time relaxing in the Onsen for the last time.
... we have a private one. None of us are keen to go naked with other people.
Dinner was very interesting we had a traditional Japanese meal I didn't like the seafood but the pork and chicken dishes were really nice.
After dinner we returned to our room and I finally got to enjoy some time in the onsen.
Now I'm relaxed and ready to sleep.
... Fuji. We were driven to our traditional ryokan where we were welcomed in and taken to our room, then given traditional robes to change into. We were served a katsekai dinner in our room which consisted of about ten courses. The highlight was when Jona spilled his beer over our entire table, and once we got that cleaned up I started having gag reflexes over some very chewy sashimi. We agreed not to let our server know what had ...
... balcony looks like something out of a painting. It would be like if the hiking area near North Bend/Mt. Si had a resort town nestled in among its valleys, but with higher elevation. I'm not used to seeing low-flying clouds drift over the landscape to collide with green mountains like this - it's incredibly peaceful here.
Even coming out to the poorer, more rural areas of Japan, a constant source of astonishment to me is ...