Hyatt Regency Hakone Resort and Spa
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today we left Takayama. I was happy. I did not like the hotel and found it really unacceptable. No pillows, the heat was turned off April 1 and although it was only 50 degrees outside it was freezing inside.; no room service and no place to eat except a buffet which opened at 6pm and for which you needed reservations. Not a good …
... to me. So I had to trudge through snow and sleet for over a kilometre to get some food. And on the way I got splashed with ice water by 3 different passing vehicles. Awesome. I'm now tucked safely away in my traditional japanese room in my love hotel (which is actually quite cool), and I'm knackered! Hopefully the clouds clear tomorrow and I can see Mt Fuji before I go...the forecast bodes well. And yes, I did actually check the forecast this time. ...
... wide, which also meant that it was crowded. However, the sights on the Tokyo skyline were amazing and the temple near the top of the hill was impressive. But Takao-san is more of a gateway to the mountains behind it. That's were the real hiking started! Small slippery forest trails along steep cliffs. I followed some trails (photographing every Japanese direction marker I came across, as a modern type ...
... only minimal clouds around the peak of Mt Fuji, which allowed great photo opportunities. Our destination was Owakudani, a sulphar geiser that didn't have an overpowering stench, but if the sulphur cloud was blown in your direction from the wind you had to hold your breath. The fumes were abrasive to your lungs and is not a pleasant experience. The area is also known for black eggs, boiled in the geiser ...
Here the hot springs, erupting geysers and bubbling pools of boiling mud dominate a fascinating landscape. We take the Hakone rope way from Sounzan down to Togendai on lake Ashinoko. We take a boat journey around the lake which is a water filled volcanic crater with a circumference of 18K. We are now making our way to Tokyo by ...