Business Hotel Niihama

Address: 2-4-21 Sakaicho, Niihama, Ehime Prefecture, Shikoku, 792-0812, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 2-4-21 Sakaicho, Niihama.
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Travel Blogs from Niihama

5-7 May - Matsuyama and Imabari

A travel blog entry by donnellyramble on May 16, 2015

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... that they wanted to reciprocate for fellow travellers.

Though their English wasn't perfect, they spoke enough that we could communicate in bits of English and bits of Japanese. This really tested our Japanese language skills and refreshed our memory on some words we'd forgotten which was useful!

We all worked together to puzzle out the meaning of an email from a potential guest whose English also wasn't that great, and felt very ...

Days 117-118 - An epic bike journey

A travel blog entry by annadave on May 08, 2015

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... to carry on. After a few more minutes of going up the hilll, and further hills to climb, we decided it wasn't worth it and time was disappearing so we wizzed down the hill and crossed the next bridge to Omishima. We were finding that the exits to all of the bridges were so much fun. Lots of twisty downhill roads. Dave in particular went wizzing off everytime, videoing on his GoPro camera. We went to find the rest area that was nearby. They had lots of oranges for ...

Bathing at the oldest Onsen in Japan

A travel blog entry by chrismcg on Apr 30, 2015

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... which you can wear following your bath if you want a Japanese experience.

It also has a very private section, Yusinden, which was built in 1899 for the exclusive use of the Imperial Family. The Imperial Family has visited the Yusinden ten times in total. The last visit being in 1952.

We took a tour of the Imperial Quarters, which are off limits to commoners. There is a separate gate which the Imperial family would enter, taking their shoes off to step up onto ...

Matsuyama Castle on the hilltop

A travel blog entry by chrismcg on Apr 29, 2015

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... next station, which I finally found on the map.

The station attendant at this station also did not speak much English but I showed him, on the map, that I wanted to go to JR Matsuyama Railway station, which he indicated was another line. He told me to go outside and get No.1. We weren't sure what No.1 was (bus or tram) because we could see both when suddenly there was a clatter behind us, and the young attendant we had been speaking with, hurled ...

Day 26: Matsuyama, Dogo Onsen

A travel blog entry by millieandjames on Apr 29, 2015

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... changed into not-real-money coins and after much discussion with the girl that worked there it transpired they couldn't be changed back into real money, or any other kind of gaming currency and the ones we had were only valid on one game - a fishing game. Oops! - Chatting to the barman about how he used to teach but loves whiskey hence the career change - could this be James in 5 years ...