Goto Daiichi Hotel

6-19 Sakaemachi, Goto, Nagasaki Prefecture, Kyushu-Okinawa, 853-0001, Japan | Hotel
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The second bombed city

A travel blog entry by alister.bland


... like Hiroshima most of the historic stuff in the city was totally destroyed. Bits have been partially recreated but its just not like seeing the real thing.
The sights that I did see were the Glover gardens ( he was a Scottish guy who did a lot of trading with Japan in the mid 1800's and helped westernise Japan - got himself a Japanese wife too), the former homes of the city's early European residents (including ...

Train All Day, Sleep All Night

A travel blog entry by trvstrvs


... had picked up to a light rain, which is thankfully the most that happened. The shopping district was mostly covered though. I saw my first KFC in Japan, right next to a McDonalds. They had a life-size Colonel Sanders apparently scaring people away, as it was empty inside. I grabbed a $1 cheeseburger at McDonalds, and it tasted the same. I moved on. I walked around the shops for some time, looking at all the different eateries and places lining the ...


A travel blog entry by petturik


... title for this song. And if you keep reading my blogs you will find out too. (if you don't already know that is. ;-)) After a short visit to chinatown and watching some older man playing a kind of chess game it was time to get back to the hostel and take my traditional afternoon shower. I picked up some sushi and beer rom the 7Eleven around the corner and went to roof of the hostel to do my laundry and eat my dinner. I was just sitting there for a few minutes as a Japanese girl came ...

A little bit of Dutch

A travel blog entry by petturik


... made friends, which i have personally experienced myself few times as well. After a short stroll through the city i went to the hostel to check in and meet up with Pierre from France again. Casa Noda is the smallest hostel i've been in this far but i really love it. I checked in and got a nice tour of the hostel from Misaki. After a quick shower i went out with Pierre to find Castella, a special kind of cake with Portuguese origins. A ...


A travel blog entry by markhurwitz


... some still wiping away tears. After catching our collective breath, we hop on a bus and are off to see the Spectacles Bridge, one of the most photographed sights in Nagasaki. It's so named because the reflection of its arches on the river make it look like a pair glasses. Built by a Chinese Zen priest in 1634, it remains the oldest stone bridge in Japan. Our next item on the agenda is the Dejima Historic Site. It is a fan shaped island originally constructed ...


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