Bells' Inn Tsuchiura

Address: 6-5 Yamatocho, Tsuchiura, Ibaraki, Kanto, 300-0036, Japan | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 6-5 Yamatocho, Tsuchiura, is near Mount Tsukuba.
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Travel Blogs from Tsuchiura

Narita

A travel blog entry by misocutlet on Dec 17, 2014

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After I arrived at Narita International Airport at 23:00, I stayed overnight in a couch of the airport. On the next day, I headed for Naritasan Shinshoji Temple. The temple is famous and popular among Japanese and I was eager to go some day. When I arrived at the temple, there were only few visitors in the temple. I felt a bit uncomfortable at first, but I enjoyed strolling in their quiet garden behind the temple ...

Slight diversion

A travel blog entry by beauandcraig on Dec 15, 2014

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We ended up leaving Denver almost 2.5 hours late. Impressively, we were only an hour late arriving in Tokyo. Despite having over 30 minutes to catch the next flight, United pulled our bags and rebooked us on a midnight flight. This was not terrible, certainly better than losing our luggage or having to handle the rebooking ourselves. The only catch was the new flight departs from Haneda airport, a solid 70 minutes across Tokyo. I'm writing this from the charter bus that ...

Slight delay in Tokyo, and an immediate change....

A travel blog entry by nixjag on Feb 19, 2013

... neighbors one could wish for as their sage advice is always candid and dependable. And to Ron, for the ride to the airport and hopefully picking me up when I land so I didn't have to leave my car there (and pay for parking) and drive home in a mind fog. To Andrea for keeping in touch, to Marilyn for offering the welcome home party.....you've all contributed to this magical adventure for me.
Thanks, and cheers,
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Running like a Gaijin

A travel blog entry by little-general on Aug 15, 2012

... his line from Japanese nationals to foreigners...Seriously? He had the "stamp" all along? This is only one of a million examples of Japanese bureaucracy that exists.

Not surprisingly arrival into Japan must always be treated like a game...usually against the clock. Aided by the memory of long processing times for gaijins, it is crucial that from the moment you touch down you are race against the clock ...

Sure-footed and war headed

A travel blog entry by andrew81 on Mar 21, 2011

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... is as though-in the blink of an eye-his entire livelihood was washed away. Normally, he is a man full of joy, positivity, and light. But, watching him quietly lose it to within an inch of his sanity...well, it was nearly more than I could bare. What could I say or do? How do you make that better? We talked about many things, and I shared with him all that I've been learning over the past six years. In the end, ...

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