Address: 20-2 Shinmaiko, Chita, Aichi Prefecture, Chubu, 478-0036, Japan | Hotel
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Day 7 in Japan (to Kyoto)

A travel blog entry by chrishiggins on Oct 13, 2015

in Nagoya at Tokyu Hotel, breakfast at Starbucks down road ham miyou cheese roll. checkout of hotel at 12pm 2taxis to Nagoya station 15000 yen each $15. Train ride to Kyoto About 35 mins. Taxi to San Crane Hotel 900 yen. 4pm to Gion area Dinner at Tullys coffee shop. 6pm cultural show at Gion corner, saw 3 real ...

Day 5 in Japan

A travel blog entry by chrishiggins on Oct 11, 2015

Leave Tokyu Hotel 8.10 am, Taxi to Nagoya Station. Train arrive 8:45am left exactly 9am. 50min train ride. To Nakataugawa Then 40 minutes bus ride to. Start 8.5km walk with 800m incline through town ... Best scenery ever. Pickup Small suitcase at info centre, then a bus at 4pm and ...

Day 4 in Japan (travel to Nagoya

A travel blog entry by chrishiggins on Oct 10, 2015

Load washing 100yen, $1' dryer 300yen 1.5hrs. Breakfast 8am, leave hotel 11:30, taxi to Shinjuku station, Train from Shinjuku to Tokyo Station, semi express stop at 4 stations out of 10. Leave Tokyo station 1:03 on shinkozan from Platform 17, 16 carriages we were on number 14, carriages 8,9'10 were green car first class. only took a bit over 2 hours, local train 2 stations, walk 2 blocks. Tokyu Hotel Quad ...

Japanese GP at Suzuka

A travel blog entry by cris_farrar on Sep 26, 2015

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... rice dish and the famous Ise udon noodles and local beer. All very yummy in spite of our non Japanese. And to top it off at the end of the evening we saw this young couple both in traditional kimonos who had obviously been out on their way home. Smiling and enjoying each other's company. Tomorrow is race day. We have decided to let the boys sleep in. We will get there for lunch. Ed wants to see the support races. He is going to get there by himself. Adventure ...

Nagoya and the Japanese Grand Prix

A travel blog entry by kayna on Sep 25, 2015

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... Hamilton overtake Rosberg in the first corner, setting up the first and second positions as they would remain for the rest of the race, barring pit stops. Ricciardo and Massa touched, resulting in punctures for both and a terrible race for Massa. Perez ended up in the gravel, which made a spectacular sight from where we were sitting.

The race unfolded from there, and although the first and second spots never really changed, we enjoyed watching the battles for various ...