Hotel Royal Garden Kisarazu

Address: 1-8-14 Yamato, Kisarazu, Chiba, Kanto, 292-0805, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1-8-14 Yamato, Kisarazu.
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Travel Blogs from Kisarazu

Bilan ( suite et fin) /Assess( continuation &end)b

A travel blog entry by maa3 on May 30, 2015


... rue mais les Chrétiens N'ont peu ou pas de droits. Au Vietnam, une nouvelle dynamique de dialogue s'instaure entre religions et parti communiste. En Malaisie et à Brunéi, l'Islam est la religion d'État; les citoyens d'autres confessions sont citoyens de seconde classe et se convertir à l'Islam fait de toi un citoyen à part entière avec pleine nationalité. Cependant TOUS un regard d'admiration sur l'Amérique du Nord, même ...

Trading Influences

A travel blog entry by tcu on May 14, 2015

... s where we'd really go. Speaking in the simile, Sunshine City did have it's own little Harry Potter World like place in the form of J-World, a themed area dedicated to Shonen Jump and all it's characters. They even had rides and themed food as well. For those who don't know what Shonen Jump is, think of Dragon Ball Z and Toonami and you're on the right track. I saw some themed rides and dressed up attendants there and bought more gifts ...

A few words about Southeast Asia toilets....

A travel blog entry by viva.sabata on Jan 13, 2015

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... use the scoop from the bucket of water sitting in the corner to clean up as there is typically no toilet paper in a Southeast toilet...and if it is it is only for drying off. This part gets a bit tricky, having to balance and splash at the same time, so I'll spare the details and allow y'all to figure this part out on your own. Once cleaned up the next step is to clean out the bowl by pouring two or three scoops of water down the ...

Japan - Tokyo

A travel blog entry by amanda.lynn26 on Oct 03, 2014

... amazed at the preservation of the building.There was a huge tree to the side and around it were boards set up thathad small plaques hung on it in rows. Each of the plaques had hopes, wishes and dreams, from people who had visited the shrine. They were interesting to read, one of my favourite ones was a picture of a couple and in their dreams they are holding a baby, I posted a picture of it. We approached the main building to ask for good fortune. There is a way in which you do it, ...

Shrines, Sumos and Museums

A travel blog entry by tbugs1 on Sep 30, 2014

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... Japan" stamped on them. The shinkansen was the first train in the world that could go as fast as 200kmh. They have had several incarnations since. The latest train is the MagLev train and it will come into partial service in 2020. It will connect Tokyo to Nagoya in 2027. It will be travelling at 500kmh. I don't think Australia will ever come close to having a fast train in the near and distant future.

Being awarded the Olympics was the boost ...