|Back to Toyako Onsen Bus Terminal to catch the coach to Sapporo where we have made a reservation for two seats to Sapporo and as advised by the staff a day earlier to make such booking to avoid any disappointment.|
|Day 6 started with a morning leisure ride around Toya where we visited a hot hand bath located at GPS : 42.565355, 140.821101|
|Back to Daiwa Ryokan to pack our stuff checking out at 10.00am (which seems to be the case in most places in Japan)|
|It's goodbye to Daiwa Ryokan for two nights in a family run hotel and it would be good if the owner could refurbish the rooms for a better place to stay.|
|We still have ample time to spend as our bus to Sapporo was scheduled at 12:10pm, so we went cruising the surrounding looking for interesting spots and came across an observatory park.|
|We simply love the food here and were back again for another meal before we leave Lake Toya.|
The yummy lunch at the same restaurant for the second visit.
|The new era - The abdication of Emperor Akihito on April 30 2019 and the enthronement of his eldest son Naruhito the following day as the 126th emperor of Japan, was a landmark event.|
|I love eggs and these eggs sold at the Bus Ternimal were boiled with natural hot spring water at a temperature of 92°C. I had of 2 of them.|
|The fare was 2,780¥ which is about RM100.00 each. Time to bade goodbye to Lake Toya and it was indeed a good visit to this part of the world.|
|The next 2 hours plus in a comfort of Donan Bus setting to Sapporo with couple of stops at resorts which are mostly ski resorts.|
|The distance from Toyako to Sapporro is slight more 100km and we arrived safely at Sapporo Bus Terminal which is just next to the main Train Station.|
|The Bromptons were back on the streets of Sapporo and I set my Oregon device to find our accommodation which is estimated to be 3km from Sapporo Terminal.|
The cosy studio room of Almaz Place.