Minatomachi 10, Gifu, Japan
"The English language at the front desk of the hotel is not very good. There is a Miss Wu from the hotel management planning department who can be translated. It is very close to the bridge of Changliangchuan, and it is both left and left. I watched the performance in the evening. I got on the boat at 6 o'clock and then I got the boat to the river bank at 6:15. Then I waited. I waited for two hours. The Japanese brought their own drinks and food. We were stupid. No, sitting and waiting, there are still a lot of mosquitoes, the boat master to help everyone pass the time, take out the boat's clothes to put pictures for everyone, but also explain a lot of anecdotes about the performance, but unfortunately do not understand. The performance is about 20 minutes, and it’s thirsty and hungry. Then I went to the old street to find a place to eat. It’s about 8:30, there is no business, and there is no convenience store, then despair. Back to the hotel, because I always thought that the hotel only provides high-end fixed food and also booked the kind, so did not report any hope, back to the hotel and the front desk uncle crying that the restaurant is closed, no place to eat, hungry faint, Then the uncle said that the hotel has a small restaurant that can provide simple meals, like ramen, and we fainted, this time is happy. Say let us go! Then we turned to the corner and we took it to a small restaurant with a bald chef. It feels like an employee's internal restaurant, because the menus are all Japanese, and they are all kinds of noodles, rice, rice balls and the like. In any case, it is also a charcoal in the snow. The bald chef does not speak English. We use each translation software to communicate with each other. Finally, we understand. We have two rice balls, and the chef is afraid that our tastes are monotonous, suggesting that we have different flavors. Finally, I ordered a squid rice ball from a plum rice ball, and ordered a bowl of plum tea and kelp tea. It is very good to eat. The lobby on the first floor can be rested for free, sitting on the river bank and the smoking room is also facing the river bank. This is the most beautiful smoking room I have ever seen."
"The name of this hotel is actually called "18th Floor". It is an old shop that was founded in 1860. After 158 years of vicissitudes of life, it has been the owner of the eight generations. The hotel is located right next to Changliangchuan and Changliang Bridge. From the station, take the N-headed bus and get off at the station of "Changliang Bridge" for a few minutes. Whether it's the exterior, the lobby, the hallway or the room, it has a strong Japanese-style hotel style. The open-air hot springs of his home are superb, sitting in the hot spring pool and enjoying the hot springs while enjoying the beauty of Nagawa River. The "Tibetan Soup" is the Nagahama Onsen. The store displays precious photos and artifacts from the old store, and the waitresses are dressed in kimonos. Responsible for receiving me was a young lady named Tanaka. I was kind and enthusiastic. I entered the room and made a cup of tea for me. I took a map nearby and gave a detailed introduction to the hotel's facilities and services and the distribution of surrounding attractions. Breakfast is buffet style and includes local specialties. The hotel has a bus to the station at 9:30 every day, no need to make an appointment, 9:25 to the lobby. Overall, this is a very satisfying Japanese-style hot spring hotel, and will have a chance to live next time."
"Very good and very comfortable is a little far from the city but the taxi is also 1,700 yen. The night is quiet. The whole environment is very clean. The staff is very good. If you don't want to go to the city, remember to make an appointment in advance. When the day arrives, the lunch is full. The last dinner is actually instant noodles. But there is a small pub in the hotel next to the hotel. It is about 7 o'clock in the evening to start business. The attitude is good. But it is good to eat but remember the Japanese translation app. English really doesn't work"