Gyokushoen Arai

284 Toi, Izu, Shizuoka, Chubu, 410-3302, Japan | Ryokan
Prices starting from $206.00
 

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Day 308 - Mt Fuji / El mont Fuji

A travel blog entry by wanvigdot

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Estat del mont Fuji: Els núvols comencen a desaparčixer i el sol il-lumina la cara oest.







Vam fer un sopar tradicional kaiseki per celebrar l'aniversari de la meva mare (Per molts anys mama!). És un ŕpat com de degustació i et serveixen platets de moltes coses, com sushi, sashimi, tempura, faves, sopa de miso, porc estofat amb salsa ...

Off To See The Mountain

A travel blog entry by pandasphere

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... that we needed to head back so I put my camera away and helped with the peddling. We went as fast as we could, which was just faster than a leaf floating on the lake, all the while trying to figure out which dock was ours. Not only were the seats like a foot too close to the peddles for us giant Americans, the windshield on Barry's side was completely cracked and he couldn't see a thing. But we made it, and only ...

To Hakone

A travel blog entry by pandasphere

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... I don't think we managed to stay in for more than 15 minutes at any time but wow, was it soothing. Any aches and pains from our excessive walking were gone, and we felt super refreshed. I can totally see why so many people migrate here for a day or more; I'd rather this than any spa treatment!

Anyways, we did manage to visit Gora Park late in the afternoon and strolled through the winding paths and luscious rose garden. There was also a ...

It's my birthday and I'll do whatever I want to!

A travel blog entry by wwoofers

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... and then finally to more Japanese sounding music (i.e. not in english).

It was, needless to say, a remarkable evening and a extremely enjoyable way to spend a 26th birthday. The art of "doing nothing" is highly underrated in American culture and relaxing without guilt is something that can be rare but also something that we will hopefully have a bit more of over the coming year.

And of course the onsen was spectacular.
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More soaking and procrastinating

A travel blog entry by petturik

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... find a nice place to eat. We found ourselves a nice fish restaurant. Once we were in we noticed that the entire menu and everything in the restaurant was in Japanese only and nothing in english but the waitress had the translations written down in her notebook so we eventually managed to order. I ordered what i think was a fish-hamburger (well that's how it was translated anyway and we both ordered sake to make the whole experience ...

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