Hotel Tsukuba Hills

8-7 Higashiarai, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Kanto, 305-0033, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 8-7 Higashiarai, Tsukuba, is near Mount Tsukuba.
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A travel blog entry by sylvie.abrams on Jul 28, 2013

... reading habit has finally rubbed off? UMMM? We will see. We have not even played usual standby cribbage except two times. Marc made a nice Italian meal and later in the evening their was fireworks outside our bedroom window. Not PSU fireworks. Lasted 5 minutes if that and finale was two fireworks. But still nice to see since missed ours. Tomorrow a ME ...

Returning to Tsukuba

A travel blog entry by sylvie.abrams on Jul 12, 2013

... contest made in pewter of peacock and oriental writing. Keep wanting to find a Buddha pendant. No luck. While they were wrapping our purchases they told us of the time Richard Gere stopped in. I died. I am a huge fan. Marc and the boys know it. I was all ears. He bought a few things but was really interested in this Buddha. The owner and him talked about. Richard insisted it was older and the owner said only 150years old. It was a gorgeous piece. ...

I lost a day (actually I gained a day)

A travel blog entry by john.toop2 on Jun 20, 2010

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... more perhaps while i'm riding the train to Hokkaido Tomorrow. I don't have a cell phone. Nobody will rent one to me - at any price. I also had some trouble finding this hotel. Perhaps I should just get on my way tomorrow. Maybe a change in venue would make things better.

I found out that when the nap says that the two stations are joined it doesn't really mean much. ...

Yokoso to Japan! Where It's Really Quite English

A travel blog entry by francesandrew on Jun 08, 2010

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... passed! In total the two sets of tickets cost us 33620 (253), which was reasonable we thought!

Next door we managed to pick up a good tourist map of Kyoto and of the JR East lines, which we needed for Japan. We then boarded the train to Ueno and were surprised that it was essentially a metro train and not a standard train with seats that face forward. It made it a little tricky with the luggage as the train filled up but Ben managed to get some of the lighter stuff up on ...

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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... an even more interesting shell, said "oohh!!" and stuck my hand in the water to grab it. I heard Jen say "no!" and looked back to see she had stepped out only about one step and was telling me to come back in. There were large pieces of spiny sea urchins, anemones, and a dead puffer fish floating within a few inches of us. I waded back to her through all the stingy creatures and we got out quickly. I handed her the shell and she said ...

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