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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Castle, which as fate would have it looked awesome under the snow. Adam found some more stitch merch including a coin with him printed in front of the castle. When we where inside I introduced him to the stairs of death... really you could easily die on these stairs they are more of a wall then stairs. After a quick tour we went back to the station to catch a bus to the hotel. Stopping only once to check out an anime store.
At Tamanoyu Ryokan we checked in ...
Last night when we were chatting , I mentioned that it was forecast to snow, that was dismissed, no it won't snow. During the night I got up to visit the loo and it was happily snowing away and looked like it had been for a while. So pretty. Today was to be Scotty's choice of activity and after a homemade brekky we got the train back down to Nagano to see the Zenko-Ji temple. The forecast was for about 2* max so we were pretty ...
Well today I managed to tick another big ticket off my wildlife list. The Japanese Macaques or Snow Monkeys. Marina made us a delicious traditional breakfast of rice balls stuffed with seaweed and local plums plus a bowl of miso soup and some pickled vegetables and grasshopper. Yes you heard correct grasshopper! They are quite nice really in a exoskeletal kind of way. We had to get the Snow Monkey Express up to Yudanaka to then get a ...
... about one and a half hours and we were in Nagano. Our accommodation is just a few train stops past Nagano in Suzaka so we found the train for this line and headed on up on the snow monkey express train. Our guesthouse is soo cute, Guesthouse Kura, www.ghkura.com It is an old historic building and is in the traditional style with rice paper walls between rooms and tatami matting on the floor. Our beds are futon mattresses with thick luxurious bedding, electric blankets and ...
... Stock for getting me in at the last minute for a jab in the shoulder joint. I didn't want to say anything during the holiday in case I jinxed myself but after 3 weeks of no improvement in the shoulder, I thought that my snowboarding experience was going to be seriously limited but in the end, after the cortisone, it was like back to new and up to taking a hammering once more. Looking forward to seeing you all at home soon back in sunny Australia. Happy Australia Day to you ...