Hotel Select Inn Isehara

Address: 3-1-7 Isehara, Isehara, Kanagawa Prefecture, Kanto, 259-1131, Japan | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 3-1-7 Isehara, Isehara.
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Travel Blogs from Isehara

Last day

A travel blog entry by guentherhartig on Nov 16, 2013

... appreciate the opportunity Form2000 has given me to experience this fascinating culture first hand. I have learnt so much about the Amada world and machines, equipment and technologies which i will benefit from back in Melbourne. Looking forward to a bit of sightseeing in Tokyo this afternoon before heading back to the airport hoping for a better seat on the way home. ...

Travel day

A travel blog entry by marinoni on Sep 02, 2013

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... and I was dragging around my bike box as well. Oh yeah it was also 33 degrees with 100% humidity! I was a sticky mess by the time I got to the right train. Sadly I didn't take any pictures today, tomorrow for sure I will snap a few. Time to get some ...

The long awaited Japan

A travel blog entry by patrice_eoin on Apr 02, 2013

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... sang together at the same time and all had the same types of accessories. There was a home run which was great to see and on our departure the Giants were winning 5-0. There was also a concert in the park by our hostel that we headed back early to. It was too wet though so we just stayed around the hostel before catching an overnight bus to Hiroshima. Both of us decided to leave all our luggage in Tokyo and just took a small backpack for the next couple of days. It was such a relief.
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Tokyo trails - the first footsteps

A travel blog entry by stephienoodles on Aug 23, 2012

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... 30 seconds had my lock stolen. So feeling a little stressed me and Jen ventured out into town. We went to a nice place called shibuya because they have a particularly large road crossing. This may seem odd but the Japanese are so patient and never cross the road without the green man. Even if there is no traffic. So when hundreds of them all cross in different directions all at once it's pretty impressive. ...

Cherry Blossom Season

A travel blog entry by gregsbigshimmy on Apr 06, 2012

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... Kinda a bummer really, so after a wait, Lufthansa gave us 20K Yen (about 240CHF) for a pram and would cover the costs of repairing when we got home. That drama and a total of 4 hours from landing later, we got to my friend Sandras' place. Great pad in Meguro. A cheeky nap and out we went pram hunting in Shibuya. Crossing the worlds busiest crossing with a buggered up pram and heading into Seibu, one of the more upmarket shopping centres to get ourselves ...

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