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... me onto the bus bound for kanbayashi onsen. Similarly to the previous two days the weather was miserable on the 40 minute bus ride, with clouds hanging low over the mountains that surround Nagano. This made me thankful that I had decided against visiting Mt Fuji today as it would have been totally immersed in cloud. It was a nice journey into the mountains, however the rain outside was getting heavier by the minute, as predicted by ...
... photos without anyone else being there. The main sanctum was divided into the inner and the outer. The inner sanctum had tatami mats, which meant that you had to take your shoes off first. Since it closed at 4.30pm and we only had 15 minutes left, it wasn't worth going in. We could walk around the outer sanctum till about 6.30pm.
We left at 4.30pm and dawdled our way back to the hotel. We stopped by ...
... each and we had about 5 taxis to accommodate 21 people.
We caught the train to Matsumoto and then changed to go to Nagano. All this was on the local train and not the Shinkansen. By the time we reached the hotel, it was 8.15pm. We couldn't be bothered with dinner by that point and basically did the laundry and went to bed.
The next morning, we are due to go back to Matsumoto again to see the castle there.
Breakfast on third floor. Plates like artists palates with dimples in -two sizes depending how hungry you are. Leave on shuttle bus to the station at 8.40. Trains to Obuse in heavy rain. Walked to the museum Back at station for 11am and the next train. Met for dinner @ ...
... hard). The highlight was a cable car ride up a mountain to a place where the view was fantastic and there was a hot, hotspring that we could soak our feet in until they turned bright red!
They left us at the home of missionaries who took care of us till we got back on the bullet train and headed for Nagano to visit more missionaries, where we have seen some of their work and lives and enjoyed another visit to another onsen (hot springs bath).