- Shuttle bus service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... now it was dark so we wrapped up very warmly and joined the rest of the people in the town in viewing the castle & blossoms by floodlight. Being Saturday evening it was extremely busy but everyone is very polite and considerate so there is no pushing and shoving which makes it very pleasant. Musicians played traditional music from the moon viewing balcony in the castle. Being still full with sweet fish we opted for a cheese plate snack for dinner in the library cafe opposite the ...
... the lead from the locals. It was pretty cold so we decided to come back tomorrow when a fine evening is forecast. We watched our bed mats being expertly laid on the dot of 7pm. Nia is happy to have her own room again. A restaurant a few doors down was highly recommended and we had an excellent meal of Japanese style breaded pork fillet. We all put in our special yukata pyjamas and flopped onto our futon ...
... during the week, but gets very busy on the weekends. Such a nice nice place where life is pretty laid back. Great place to get acquainted with Japanese village lifestyle. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay here, even if out hotel room was the smallest room so far. No kidding it would be no more than 10 square metres. Still beats a capsule hotel.
Tomorrow we are taking the bus to Nagoya at 12pm. Will take 2.5 hours to get to Nagoya. I have a feeling the wet weather will follow us to Nagoya
... br> The people in the information office at the railway station did not disappoint and gave very clear directions to us to find where our bus from Takayama would depart.
With a bit of time to spare, we had coffee and pancakes at a McDonalds until it was time for us to go.
The bus driver was beautifully dressed, complete with hat, and his driving was excellent. Having been in some buses where a set of worry beads would not have ...
... the toilet when a pair of slip on shoes is provided! This Ryokan is spotless, so much so that we are very careful to keep things just so. Our room is lovely with tatami (rice straw) mats covering the floor, futons, a low table with Japanese teapot and cups and beautiful laid out kimono for us both. There is a moment of panic when we are unable to open our door - not wanting to break the lock, unable to speak to our hosts we finally manage to work ...