City Hotel Stage Takaishi

Address: 1-19-20 Kamo, Takaishi, Osaka Prefecture, Kinki, 592-0011, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1-19-20 Kamo, Takaishi, is near Yayoi Culture Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Takaishi

Chapter Eleven

A travel blog entry by luggagesbitch on May 22, 2015

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... the men's and the women's again. This morning was the only time I had seen the property in daylight. It turns out both onsens have spectacular views. While I was waiting for the shuttle I snapped some photos outside. At Gero station, I had a quick chat with a Swedish couple who also stayed at Yunoshimakan. I wrote some emails and took pictures on the train. I bought a snack and successfully transferred to the next train. I could relax again. At Shinosaka station I ...

Teacher thoughts - Mr. Brown

A travel blog entry by tis on Mar 27, 2015

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... something different to their regular lives.  These experiences might be an appreciation for temples, history, food, surviving with 40 other people or maybe and appreciation for what they take for granted every day.  No matter what, the students all had their eyes opened to a new facet of the world and will remember this trip for many years to come. - M. ...

2014; Not the Easiest Year for a Holiday

A travel blog entry by scroggins on Jul 27, 2014

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... on my walk. In the late afternoon, I found a little bar where I could try kushikatsu, which is basically anything you could want, deep-fried on a stick. I stationed myself here, growing ever more accustomed to the deep-fried cheese variety until it was time to mount (in an escalator) Abeno Harukas. Only once I got up to the 60th floor did I realise quite how silly I had been to think that I could walk around Osaka on foot. Even a Roman would have struggled.



A travel blog entry by mek1 on Apr 15, 2014

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... 6, 1945 the bomb was dropped on Hiroshima. 175,000 people were killed in the initial blast. The total killed over time was 240,000. The only thing that was still standing in the epicenter was the skeleton of a government building which is now called the atomic bomb dome. Between the dome, which is right next to the T Bridge, is the Peace park which has statues to the children killed in the blast, an eternal flame, and a cenotaph with the names of all the people killed. At the ...


A travel blog entry by guytang on Feb 14, 2014

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... fare but in Japan you go to the ticket machine and select the amount you want to pay and pay the fare. How do you know which amount to pay, I hear you ask? Well, there's usually a complicated map above the ticket machine which detail the relevant amount for each destination. Normally that should be relatively easy to work out how much the fare should be only except there is probably a 50/50 chance that the map will be in Japanese only (that percentage goes up to 100 if ...