Hyatt Regency Hakone Resort and Spa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... sign we found at one junction. We never saw a monkey or another hiker after the teahouse. Since beginning the initial descent, the trail was fairly steep in areas and stairs had replaced some sections of the highway. Between the terrain and the additional weight on my back, my knees and back were starting to feel the strain. Although the hike was shorter than I anticipated, my body was content when the trail hit the main road and we quickly discovered we’d ...
... consisting of a number of small varied dishes. And varied they are. At one point Mary's cousin exclaims "well, I think there is something edible in there." There are beautiful pieces of sashimi, plenty of rice, pickled vegetables, miso soup, white wallpaper paste and something that looked like a cross between a chestnut and a mushroom. Some fish jelly thing. And other things I can not even identify. I'm a fairly adventurous eater, but ...
... your traditional robe but we didn't have time once we arrived so we headed straight for supper in the restaurant. Supper was a multi course meal highlighted by a shabushabu which is a hot pot that is full of broth that you cook vegetables and meat. The meat was thinly sliced pork that melted in your mouth. There was also a sashimi boat with about a dozen types of fish and a few other small dishes like tempura and tofu. It looked like tonnes of food when we first sat down but ...
... lava flows separated them but are believed to still be connected underground). I did not see a reflection but did enjoy the views. However, there was not much else to do there so I got back on the bus (after a long wait) to my next destination (the Fuji caves).
I was warned that these were hyped up, and they were. I went to the "Ice Cave" and it was definitely a waste of time and money. I guess it looks a lot better in the winter ...
Today at breakfast we were seated at the other side of the room where the printed placements reflected the names of the towers we could view. Yesterday's placements depicted that view and we pity the poor trainee who might muck the placemats up! After receiving such attention to her personal meal requirements, they must have been happy to wave Naomi off. Just as well we still had Kaoru (our guide) to help us navigate our way to Shinjuku station, though the unforgiving ticket gates ...