APA Hotel Sagaekimae Chuo
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Room is comfortable. Within walking distance of bus and train station. Staff very pleasant. amenities close by, including Family Mart store. Good budget option.
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It must be said that Saga does not feature large on any tourist list that we have seen, certainly not in Lonely Planet. However, much to our surprise, we found it quite an interesting area.
However, it would seem that not many English speaking tourists go to Saga, and we found there was less English spoken here than anywhere else we have been. …
Our bus ride this morning, while very pleasant, did not pan out exactly as we hoped. However, I am posting this blog so everyone will know that we have arrived in Saga and all is well.
I did mention that my plan to travel from Miyazaki to Saga was not possible and that the helpful assistant at the bus station had fairly limited English, …
Today we said goodbye to our lovely hosts on Yakushima and Made our way back to the ferry port dropping off our little car on the way. The sea was a little choppy on the way back and we could see from the weather report that the temperature had dropped on the mainland in our absence. We took a taxi to the station on arrival and boarded a train to Fukuoka. Back on the shinkansen we were again treated ...
... view from the observation deck, with the city of Fukuoka spread out before us on one side, and Hakata Bay and Muromi River on the other side.
The tower is 234 metres tall, the tallest seaside tower in Japan. It has a triangular cross-section and is covered with 8000 half-mirror panels. It is designed to withstand winds up to 63 metre/second. To date the strongest wind recorded has been 49 metre/second. Happily, the wind was not that bad! It is ...
... attendant came to our rescue, pointing out that we needed to change platforms for the next train. We finally got onto what ended up being a special train to Dazaifu, beautifully decorated, and solely devoted to taking passengers to Dazaifu, which we found was the end of the line.
Dazaifu is a lovely little town, especially around the train station. It owes its name to an office called the Dazaifu or Government-General ...