- Non-smoking rooms
- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... any post office on departure.
Last but by no means least the people. Japanese are the most polite, courteous, helpful and generous people. Bowing - again we could write a book on it, but it is a sign of appreciation and respect. Bowing as you leave the hotel, enter the hotel, as the train conductor leaves the carriage, as the taxi ...
... War 2. The garden was serene and showing good autumn colours, though not yet at their peak.
A visit to Kirifuri waterfalls that involved a short walk along a quite uneven path with quite a few steps in poor light finished off the day before the long slow drive back to Tokyo. Part way we stopped at this "food court" type place that was very busy and oddly out of context with its surrounds. As we only had a short break ...
... s dollars. We walked up another set of stairs and through the Omote-mon, a gate protected by two red devils. To the right and directly ahead stood three sacred storerooms filled with swords, bows and arrows and other battle gear. On the left sits the sacred stable adorned with intricate monkey carvings as monkeys are believed to be protectors of horses. A bonsai tree exhibit decorated the sides of the path as we continued towards the main shrine complex. Walking under another set ...
... to what you get in Vancouver Japanese restaurants but the quality was outstanding. Amy was right when she said that tempura in Japan is far superior to what you get in Vancouver which is usually heavy, thick, oily batter on your prawn and vegetables. This was light, crisp and not oily at all. And the tempura prawns were the best I've ever had. I don't know what kind of prawn it was but it almost tasted like lobster. I've got to come back here with Amy and Wesley too. What a ...
It was a drizzly day when I got up this morning so I waited for the drizzle to ease up and went for a short ride. I stopped at the site of Japan's oldest university, the Ashikaga School, which was founded in the 1400's. I toured the grounds for about 30 minutes before continuing on my way. I barely got out of the city into the countryside when the drizzle started up again so I decided to turn back.
On the way, I ...