Daiwa Roynet Hotel Tsukuba

Address: 1-5-7 Azuma, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Kanto, 305-0031, Japan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 1-5-7 Azuma, Tsukuba, is near Mount Tsukuba.
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      Marc to return

      A travel blog entry by sylvie.abrams on Jul 19, 2013

      ... dinner. Yes I cooked boys. I read for a bit and surfed the net a lot. Remaining focused is very important to keep mind of it and stay positive. Do not the illness control you. You control it. Marc said seminar went well and forest tour. But long drive back due to rush hour traffic through Tokyo. Yesterday it was 5 hour trip and today due to traffic a 7 or more. OY!! He just returned at 830. Late due to traffic accident in tunnel which tied up traffic for 2 ...

      ME day

      A travel blog entry by sylvie.abrams on Jul 06, 2013

      ... intnse headache. So staying put. Hard to believe but you learn to deal with your "New" Normal as I call it. You take the good with the bad. There were very good parts of today and that is what I am focusing on plus and nothing that like a good walk to help you let off steam and feel "normal"---plus good tunes!! :) PS If you have any good suggestions for tunes let me know I will download after I return. Spotify and Pandora do not work here ...

      Accept the seasons of your heart

      A travel blog entry by andrew81 on Jan 27, 2011


      ... s like no matter what happens, I just have to peacefully accept it and live with it. Regardless of whether or not I complain about the cold cruel climes of winter, it's still going to be winter until winter has exhausted itself. So, why not peacefully accept the cold time. Enjoy the snow, and know that the world must die in order to be annually reborn.

      There was a time in my life for spacious solitude, now there is a time for cramped comradery.

      Yokoso to Japan! Where It's Really Quite English

      A travel blog entry by francesandrew on Jun 08, 2010

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      ... us going anyway!

      When we touched down in Tokyo we had to get through immigration and customs. Immigration was fine albeit with fingerprint scanners, but customs were really nosy! They asked us where we’d come from and what was in our bags. We’d said Malaysia and then he queried that because of all the stamps in our passports, so we had to explain in more detail. We’ve never anything so picky!

      We got the Keisei Line Limited Express to Ueno, buying ...

      How to not die on the beaches of japan

      A travel blog entry by elias_jen_japan on May 03, 2010

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      ... 4260 between us and we were dropped off a few blocks from our hotel. We checked into our hotel, which was a fifth floor view of the ocean.

      This is where things got interesting. At first it seemed like a tropical paradise with palm trees, white sand and crystal clear aquamarine water. The strange thing both of us noticed was that nobody was in the water at any of the four or so beaches within sight. We figured since it was a tiny ...