- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Banquet room
- Concierge desk
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... I’ve had strangers offer their seat, collect tissues for me once when Will got sick (admittedly not a fun experience), given us candies, snacks, fruit and once a US dollar bill (that was a bit strange). However, mostly they offer smiles and reassurances that we are in fact welcome here. So, I will continue to prefer public transportation even if it may be quicker to venture by car. And let’s be honest, the trains and buses are still way faster than traveling on the Old Tokaido ...
... me. For breakfast the next morning, second verse, same as the first. More of the same. Grilled fish, orange slices, more rice and sweet egg bake. We spend the afternoon touring the open air museum. Very cool and the pictures will show you better than I can explain. After another round of trains, planes and automobiles (and that evil red train) we find the Hyatt Hakone, sit in a beautiful lobby and order cheese and wine before our trip back to ...
... we found a walking path lined with ancient cedar trees that took us along the lake. It felt nice being out of the hustle and bustle of Tokyo and back into nature. The path took us to the next small town called Hakone Machi-Ko. We headed into a park once we got there that had great views overlooking the lake and Mount Fuji. We were very lucky that the mountain was visible because on a normal day it is covered in clouds. The park was the site of an old palace garden and was ...
... guests seem to be here to enjoy the onsen facilities, you only have to site in the foyer - 90% are roaming around in yukatas (cottons dressing gown). The surrounding gardens are beautiful with 2 waterfalls and a small shrine. Cam and Omi had a soak in the hot tub and Celie is amused because when you open the toilet door the toilet lid automatically puts itself up and makes a sound like 'hi'. We area about to go to dinner, not sure what to expect but we're very excited. Until ...
... part of Tokyo and also the venue for Tokyo's most visited temple, the Senoji Temple. There has been some sort of place of worship on this site since 628 AD, although the current temple was built in 1950. Leading up to the Temple is a magnificent gate and pedestrianised walkway with little shops selling a range of things from snacks and touristy kitch to crafts and gifts. Surrounding the Senoji Temple are little laneways with lots of lovely individual shops catering for ...