Hotel Kaisei

1386-1 Yoshidajima, Kaisei-machi, Ashigarakami-gun, Kanagawa Prefecture, Kanto, 258-0021 , Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kaisei-machi

Smelly eggs

A travel blog entry by caryharri


... two days around the area,and to go up the mountains. By narrow gauge railway, funicular,cablecar and a boat on the lake! The cable car took us over a steaming volcanic cauldron,you could smell the sulphurous smell from the cable car. At the shop you could buy onsen tamago eggs boiled and blackend in the sulphurous waters.They tasted just like...boiled eggs!but eating one is suposed to prolong your life by ...

Sayonara Japan

A travel blog entry by jennisan


... because that is the cost for ANA. However because I booked our flights through United they told me it would be $200 each bag for overweight so $400. So I had two carry ons packed in my luggage. I thought I'd save myself from carrying them in Seattle. I grabbed those and we filled it with stuff from the other bags. I was sweating it was kind of crazy. However we made the bags under ...

Shopping and relaxing

A travel blog entry by jennisan


Today we got up and had breakfast at the same place as yesterday. I had rice soup today and it was good. After breakfast we went to a mall and Kylie and I shopped around for a couple of hours. I bought some cute note pads and a pen and Kylie bought a skirt. We met Takashi and Sumiyo and then had lunch in the food court. Kylie had Mo's burger and I had udon with tempura. Kylie also had an ice cream. ...

One Temple More

A travel blog entry by eundel


... bar). The sign out front claimed the bread was homemade fresh daily, but I was skeptical. If there was one thing I hadn't had in my time in Japan, it was good bread. I ordered the bread bar anyway, and it was delicious. Without a doubt it was freshly made and hands down the best bread I'd had in Japan, really some of the best bread I've had anywhere. I could have stayed all day eating their bread and getting fat. As it was, I ate more than I should have and ...

Devotional thought

A travel blog entry by japanmc

3/18/08 11:16 All the what if's in life. What if I did go to Japan...what if I did do this.... What if I did go away to would my life be different. There are so many what if's....Why not live. I think that for all of us it is really hard to get out of our comfort zones. I don't understand life sometimes. I mean there are paths in life that we take. Sometimes the road is really rocky, I mean you have stones, pebbles, cracks and all sorts of things causing you to ...


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