Hotel Lakeland Hikone

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

Day 8 Kyoto - Nara

A travel blog entry by cranky on May 17, 2013

... cities in the 7th centry Todjai Temple - Golden Pavillion - Shrine made of gold beautiful back the place was packed so many people and school kids everywhere. The school kids attend heaps of excusions about there history Next stop in Nara National Park, Deer run free, get to feed them.. walked around and got to see largest budda in Japan...Bloody huge. Made of bronze and wood. Has other figurines around. Next Stop another bloody Shrine - dubbed ABS Nara Nagonakan - Didnt ...

Day-trip to Nara

A travel blog entry by wheresgordon on Mar 04, 2013

... probably included Isui-en Gardens but I can't say I remembered being there before; I may have skipped it.

The next stop on the tour is Nandai-mon, the main gate for the Todai-ji temple. Something Nara is known for is the deer. People feed them and they're very tame. They're also very bold. There were a lot of them around the gate and every time I tried to look into my camera I'd feel tugging on my clothes ...

About temples, shrines and gardens

A travel blog entry by claudiaroger on Jul 18, 2012

1 comment, 20 photos

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We stayed in the absolutely fantastic B&B Keiko; Silvia, many thanks for this great tip! The owner, Keiko, made us feel at home and went out of her way to help with everything. We basically had a whole old-style Japanese house for ourselves as there are only two guest rooms and mostly there were no other guests around. We had a traditional room with futons and also the bathroom was old-style. This means that we could fill a bath-tub and then scoop the water ...

Letters Home - Japan - Day 2

A travel blog entry by crashvic37 on Apr 22, 2012

2 comments

... 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, ...

Kyoto Castles and Jamming under the Bridge

A travel blog entry by kyliejoetravels on Nov 05, 2011

7 photos

... ensuite and this too was more than acceptable.

First venture out was to Nijo Castle - using a local bus pass *500 yen will give you an all day bus pass which is really useful. Rainy drizzly day...but didnt deter. The castle itself takes approx 1 hour to meander around. We didnt bother too much on the english translate- but the place is massive..and the floors creak ever so quietly which was done on purpose so as to alert the Shogunate of any ...