Hotel Grand Mariage

Address: 1-1 Kokuhu, Ishioka, Ibaraki, Kanto, 315-0014 , Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1-1 Kokuhu, Ishioka.
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    Tsukuba Onsen

    A travel blog entry by andrewy on Jul 07, 2015

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    This morning I woke and got ready to head down stair for a delicious breakfast. I tried the natto, it's natural and good for you, but plenty nasty. The hot spring egg is simple delicious in the sauce. At 10 am, Mr .Narita pick Yaling, her two kids and me up and head off to Oarari, a famous local place for seafood. The most famous seafood there being the raw oyster that is very large and we each eaten one raw it's so, fresh and delicious. Then ...


    A travel blog entry by hugomaxisharon on Jul 07, 2015

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    ... stations during peak hour. We checked out the busy area around the station and had yum sushi then headed for the Tokyo Metropolitan government building. Sunset is around 7pm, we saw the lights of the city come on from the 45th floor. Back at Roppongi for our last night Maxi and I took ourselves on a tour of the streets once more. It's quite lively at ...


    A travel blog entry by cherylhilario on Aug 15, 2014

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    ... shift 00 - 10:00 included a magic show, making wizard hats and then a science lesson in making slime, and a planet from the solar system. Lots of fun when the kids do not understand English. Using a lot of hand signals and smiles. And say thank-you- arigato (sp?). Thank goodness they All know how the play the card game UNO!!!!!!! I have attached a copy of our activity programs: English & ...

    Slight delay in Tokyo, and an immediate change....

    A travel blog entry by nixjag on Feb 19, 2013

    ... all the way, which has made immeasurable difference and made the several journeys very comfortable. It was an 18,000 dollar ticket that cost me about $120 after I cashed in my miles from work and pleasure travel. I would be remiss if I didn't thank Steve and Ray for their contribution to this adventure as they're the ones that pay for my business travel that pays for my leisure travel. Thanks also to Keith and Lee, ...

    Our Last day In Tokyo

    A travel blog entry by jennystravels12 on Aug 28, 2012


    ... croissants etc, we decided this was the best way forward as noodles first thing just wasn't an appetising idea! After searching for a bakery on our hostel map for about half hour we gave in to Starbucks... which I in no way regret as my sausage omelette muffin was delicious! On our return to the hostel we got our things together and set off for Narita. We decided our last stay should be near the airport for ease of travel (10 mins ...