Clayton Bay Hotel

Address: 3-3 Tsukijicho, Kure, Hiroshima Prefecture, Chugoku, 737-0822, Japan | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 3-3 Tsukijicho, Kure.
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Travel Blogs from Kure

Konnichiwa

A travel blog entry by birrell on May 02, 2015

2 comments, 39 photos

... still valid) we decided to investigate the Hiroshima Castle, a
rebuild of a 1590s structure which originally had three moats, the
outer one being the river, designed in such a way that any invading army
could be flooded back to where they set off from. Very smart thinking.
From there to the Museum of Contemporary Art with its two exhibitions,
one showing the work of students and the other exploring the role of
documentation as an ...

Islands of the Inland Sea

A travel blog entry by brettandjulie on Sep 19, 2014

3 comments, 25 photos

... popular team. Hiroshima is the only city we saw in Japan that we saw selling merchandise everywhere. Even old men are wearing Carp baseball caps! Speaking of old men, it was great to see so many elderly people walking the streets and taking the trains and busses. There are more than 10,000 people in Japan over the age of 100 and I can see why. They eat a diet high in fish and green tea and remain active until late in ...

Second Attempt

A travel blog entry by paablo on Sep 16, 2014

3 photos

... just to follow the crowd. We walked around the station looking for an exit before we all came to a stop and confessing that no-one actually knew where we were going. I pulled out a map to guide us to our accommodation at Khaosan Fukuoka and passed it David, asking him to lead the way - my brain was no longer working. Pulling out a map out of my bag was used all my remaining mental energy. I trailed behind Alistair and David as they marched ahead using only the map ...

People of the Japanese Culture

A travel blog entry by livingmydreams on Jun 26, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... out, apologized with a bow and she made circle gestures with her hands while saying something very important in Japanese. I was lost...no idea what she wanted and then, THEN I saw a sign that indicated I should circle the entry on both sides, twice on one side (almost like an infinity sign). Now, I get that the picture should have been enough, but it was not...so a man joined in. He made the same gestures and said the same thing in the same ...

Dead people, Okonomiyaki and winning

A travel blog entry by guytang on Feb 19, 2014

9 photos

... walk. The whole place was covered in snow and had a sign in Japanese which probably read 'danger do not enter' of course I ignored it and entered anyway. I didn't come all this way to take the bus! In a strange way the cemetery was really beautiful, it was backed by tall trees, there was a walk way (covered by snow) with paper lanterns on each side and really grand headstones/mausoleums. Beautiful is not a word I would normally associate with a cemetery but ...