- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... love for eachother and ask the gods for their blessing. A bit kitsch but funny. After the garden we went further on our detour, got some sushi in a supermarket and ate it at the coastline. And THEN... There was THE lake! After driving through the countryside and green mountains all day, we guided our GPS to the lake that some Japanese say is the most beautiful lake in Japan: Mashu-ko. It's a lake in a volcano: a caldera. It has very clear and deep water, is huge and it has ...
... by extremely kind people. The manager keeps telling me that he can pick me up from wherever I end up around the area. It's a bit awkward to put that burden on him, but that he would offer is quite generous. He also gave me all these brochures and timetables that have been invaluable planning tools for the next couple of days. Incidentally, I've found that there's more English here in Hokkaido, at least in sights and sightseeing information than compared to say, ...
... never bother if there's a woman in the car and I didn't that time either. About 2 minutes later, this same car comes back the other way and stops to turn around in a driveway across from me. I couldn't imagine that they would be coming to give me a lift (especially unsolicited) but sure enough, they were. They pulled up and told me to jump in...They were a pretty cool couple, the Saito's. The guy was a temple master and he was taking his wife down to the other end ...
... was really good for Japan (3500 Yen/night) and that includes a western breakfast in the morning. It was kind of like hanging out at your grandparent's house. We left our stuff in the living room and then headed out for the day. All of the main sights are pretty close together and only about a 12-minute walk from our hostel so that was really nice...Our first stop was the Peace Memorial Park (平和記念ࠤ 4;園) and the Peace ...
... of the thermal activity. There wasn`t a whole lot of life actually going on in those areas but atop of the hill and on it`s sides there was plenty of moss growing. It must be a popular spot for the deer too because they left a lot of their calling cards around. We took our time exploring the area since we didn`t have to share it with anyone. On the surface, it may not have looked like a promising area for photography but ...