Hotel Park Stadium Naha

Address: 10-2 Yamashitacho, Naha, Okinawa, Kyushu-Okinawa, 900-0027, Japan | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 10-2 Yamashitacho, Naha, is near Shuri Castle, Okinawa Peace Memorial Park, Tsuboya, and Zuisen Shujo.
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Travel Blogs from Naha

Vivid. Intricate. Lavish. Dazzling. Kimono.

A travel blog entry by americangeisha on Jun 29, 2015

1 comment, 7 photos

... br> There are many more types of Kimono, and of course there is formal wear and versions of Kimono for men. Every Kimono has its place and setting it is appropriate in. Kimono take time and patience and sometimes multiple people to put on. There are many under layers, ribbons and complex folding patterns to get the Kimono to lay just right and to make the wearer look the most beautiful. Kimono sleeves also indicate if a wearer is single or married. ...

Aka-Gumi, Ao-Gumi, Shiro-Gumi, Fighto! Ganbatte!

A travel blog entry by americangeisha on Jun 07, 2015

1 comment, 5 photos

... event stay out. The job is for all seven girls in a row to hold onto a the bamboo pole in front of them. They are to run together holding the pole. When they encounter a cone, they must swing full circle around it, then run to the next one and swing full circle the opposite direction around it. Once they reach the end of the field, they turn around and come back doing the same thing, until they reach the next line up of girls. They are not allowed to simply pass the pole though. ...

Chapter Twenty

A travel blog entry by luggagesbitch on May 31, 2015

5 photos

... didn't go into the water today. I went in the last couple of days and I felt like I've had enough for now. I'm a little sunburned, but the skin where my backpack straps ride is what's irritating me the most. That and my neck where the strap for my camera sits. I walked up to the Kubandaki lookout. While I was up there, I ate lunch, took pictures and laid down on the concrete bench that was part of the centre stairwell. I dosed off for about an ...

Exploring Cape Hedo and rebreather training

A travel blog entry by dweinstein on May 31, 2015

95 photos

... of each breath. Oxygen is added to replenish the amount metabolised by the user. This differs from an open-circuit breathing apparatus, where the exhaled gas is discharged directly into the environment." This allows me to stay underwater longer, have safer dives with less risk of decompression sickness and more efficient bottom times at deeper depths. It also lets me save money on Helium, since we never breath it out as bubbles ...

Chapter Nineteen

A travel blog entry by luggagesbitch on May 30, 2015

5 photos

... This is THE beach. Look at the pictures. I napped on the sand, took a couple of dips in the ocean (it was more pleasant this time) and snapped lots of pictures. The entire beach was mine for the first hour. I needed change again from a drink machine to use the shower. Before I returned the bike, I rode up over the Aka Ohashi Bridge and took some pictures. I walked around the port and got some great shots. I then hopped ...