Hotel Lakeland Hikone

Address: 62-2 Nishiimacho, Hikone, Shiga Prefecture, Kinki, 522-0054, Japan | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 62-2 Nishiimacho, Hikone.
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Travel Blogs from Hikone

Highlights of Kyoto

A travel blog entry by balkans2009 on Nov 29, 2013

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... caught some nice nighttime views of the Gion district, and then popped into a Spanish restaurant for some mediocre tapas. The ended the day with some coffee and green tea cake and called it a day. Life is good. Wish we could stay here longer...


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Jeff arrives!

A travel blog entry by allilaoshi on Jul 04, 2013

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... we were. This temple was amazing. Todd got a stick fortune and Jeff and I rang a huge bell while kneeling in front of it. We walked around the grounds passing by a waterfall. We went to the Koyasu pagoda which apparently helps with childbirth. There was a large cemetery on the grounds and a beautiful pond.

We got lunch down the street from the temple in an udon shop. It was delicious and simple fare. Jeff also got ...

Having 'sushi' good time in Kyoto!

A travel blog entry by kyliejoe on Jan 27, 2013

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... ourselves in the middle of a grave yard, however, Iv never seen such an impressive one in my life! Tall, shiny slabs all different shapes and size, so peaceful and with the sun shinning so bright its the first time I felt this 'Zen' feeling.
We headed to Sanjusangendo Temple next where there were hundreds of gold Buddhas and at the front stood about 10 different Gods that the Japanese worship. You weren't allowed to take any photos at all and your camera ...

Letters Home - Japan - Day 2

A travel blog entry by crashvic37 on Apr 22, 2012

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... went smoothly by in procession. The food was under a clear plastic container with a bubble lid. When something arrived that you wanted, it was a simple push of the plastic tab and the bubble would pop open and you’d remove the little plate, about the size of a coffee saucer. There was an additional track above the main conveyor. This was for special orders. There was a monitor that showed all of the dishes available, ...

Day 6: Monkey! Monkey! Monkey!

A travel blog entry by apat on Nov 28, 2011

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... piled on. We had 4 seats, and feeling guilty, we offered 2 of the seats to an older Japanese couple. Charlotte sat on Veronica's lap, and Angela sat on mine. Oh I wish I hadn't offered the seats. That bus ride was 45 minutes of hell. It didn't help that I was sitting over the rear wheel which encroached on my floor space, so my knees were already up in line with my nose. With Angela balancing herself on my lap as well, I wasn't comfortable.

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