Hotel Marine Palace Sanuki

Address: 2-3-4 Fukuokacho, Takamatsu, Kagawa, Shikoku, 760-0066, Japan | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 2-3-4 Fukuokacho, Takamatsu, is near Ritsurin Park, Takamatsu Castle, and Shikoku Mura Village.
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Travel Blogs from Takamatsu

Hinase - Working on the house

A travel blog entry by alecwalker on Nov 29, 2014

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... recipe book. Back to work for another hour before... You guessed it! Ocha time! More work then dinner, same sorta deal as lunch but more food. Dinner is around 6:30 so after everyone just chills out after and more often than not Makoto will put a movie on the projector turning the living room into a hone cinema. In total I might work for 3/4 hours a day as the breaks are so long and spend the rest of the time reading my new kindle, playing chess with ...

Okayama

A travel blog entry by joca92 on Nov 06, 2014

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Today was a bit of a spare day, due to Nara being a shorter trip than planned, so I decided to head to Okayama which is on the route towards my next hostels destination of Hiroshima. Similarly to Himeji, Okayama has a castle and a famous garden(one of the top 3 in all of Japan) so I spent the late morning and early afternoon pottering around these sights. These two were hidden gems that are mainly missed off tourist itineraries. The castle, known ...

Back To Honshu

A travel blog entry by housi.muller on Nov 03, 2014

2 comments, 7 photos

... thick clouds, but to my fortune, along the coast the lighter sky allowed even some rays of sun to come through.
Shikoku Island has a population of a bit more then four million people, it's the least populated of the four island. In the mountains, I would have come across remote areas. Most people must live all along the coast ,you just go from city to city, from streetlight ...

Trains and Gardens

A travel blog entry by tbugs1 on Oct 09, 2014

43 photos

... who has this fit bit thing, we must have walked at least 13Km today.

We had made arrangements to meet up with Leith and Kay at 5.30pm, who wanted to go to the 100 yen shop. This gave us enough time to have a quick shower and down to the foyer. It turned out that the 100 yen shops no longer exist as they were a few years ago. Daiso has taken over and apparently, there are two of the old 100 yen shops that we know of now. One is in Tachikawa where Shigeki and ...

From Hakata to Takamatsu via Naoshima Island

A travel blog entry by tbugs1 on Oct 08, 2014

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... wanted it to be. We bought our lunch for a boat ride out to Naoshima Island. We walked over to the port which was only a few minutes away. We were taking the slow boat out over the Seto Inland Sea, which took about an hour.

It was a great day to be out on the water. The view of the Inland Sea was great although the view of the Naoshima Port wasn't quite so. Sydney Harbour is still the best as far as I am concerned.

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