Hotel Crown Hills Kimitsu

4-1-11 Higashisakada, Kimitsu, Chiba Prefecture, Kanto, 299-1144, Japan | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by jessmouse


Early morning today. Woke up and caught the JR to Ueno with my sights set on the famous Tokyo national museum followed by an afternoon in the park for more cherry blossom viewing. On a side note the JR pass has been a lifesaver with not only it covering the Shinkansen but also the local lines and the JR loop (like main metro) around tokyo. All I do is flash my pass at the officer and ...

Calling Tokyo!

A travel blog entry by vicpow


... bit of snow on the way as well. The trip took about 3 hours.

Our train ticket allowed us to catch the JR line to Shinjuku at no extra charge. When we arrived it was beyond daunting trying to find our way out to the bus pick up point for the hotel. Read later that Shinjuku is THE busiest train station in the world. See:- el/view/the-51-busiest-train-stations-i ...

Tokyo – Getting a Taste of the Metropolis

A travel blog entry by maggie360


... following day we wanted to combine some sightseeing with our most necessary chore: laundry. Getting vague instructions from the receptionist on where we could find a laudromat, we set off in the same direction as the fish market that we wanted to visit anyway. Finding the Laundromat was pure luck. We couldn’t begin to read any signs and since it was in the upper floor of a pretty derelict building we wouldn’t have seen it from ...

Get Your Ninja On

A travel blog entry by kelcarmichael


... facet of Japanese cuisine. The first type of food on Mariko's Magical Food Tour (MMFT for short) was tonkatsu (deep-fried breaded pork tenderloin with a sort-of Worcestershire sauce). In order that I won't have to repeat myself everytime I mention a meal, I'll just say now that all the things on MMFT were absolutely delicious.

On Saturday our first stop was Asakusa, which has one of Tokyo's most famous Buddhist temples, called ...

"Goin' places that I've never been." -- Willie

A travel blog entry by spoonball


... which is busy, busy, busy at 12:30 am and will remain so until dawn. An Asian version of “My Fair Lady”.

At the hotel, which is classic and gorgeous, we meet up with our final traveling companions, David and Cheryl Morley. We are a complete group. We agree to meet for breakfast and decide what Hanoi sights or day trips we will tackle in the two days before our official tour begins at 6 pm Sunday.

This is exciting.



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