Forest Inn Nikko Teddy Bear House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... br style="font-family: UICTFontTextStyleTallBody; font-size: 17px;">We arranged wifi hire before we left home which was delivered to our hotel in Tokyo and was waiting for us on arrival. It was a great decision. Although we did have free wifi at most of our accommodation and we did come across free wifi in some cities, it was not always reliable. Japan has very efficient means to hire wifi and we would recommend it. A prepaid envelope is included so that we can pop ...
... avoid any group tours.
The cultural site was packed as autumn is one of the peak times to visit. Weather was coolish, misty mountain air and very cloudy, but no rain. The number of people there was unbelievable by Aussie standards and the tour was quite rushed. You learn a lot more with a guide but you also get little quality time to take in all the sights.
The visit was followed by a traditional lunch. We ...
... decrepit playground with 30 minutes left of the tour. Neither Will or his new friends cared about its poor conditions as they happily played. I ate my late lunch and got to know Erica. We giggled as we tackily sipped wine directly from the bottle. Luckily Erica's oldest reminded us we needed to meet the bus. We rushed back arriving with a few minutes to spare. While waiting for a few stragglers, Dai invited Will to sit on his lap and pretend to drive the bus. When we returned ...
Today I took a train up to the mountains north of Tokyo to a touristy town called Nikko. The area is a UNESCO World Heritage site. I left a bit too late in the day to see everything I wanted to, but visited a shrine from the 1600's of shogun Tokugawa ...
... facing forward (when the train switches direction at a station, all the seats are turned!) and it is very fast. On top of that the mentality in the trains in Japan makes it even better: everybody keeps quiet, if they get a call, they take in on the balcony. It makes for very relaxed travelling. After the shinkansen we took a normal train again for the last stretch and then we walked from the station to the shrine complex. Nikko is a ...