Hotel Marroad Tsukuba

Address: 2-24 Johokumachi, Tsuchiura, Ibaraki, Kanto, 300-0042, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 2-24 Johokumachi, Tsuchiura.
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          Arrival in Narita, Japan

          A travel blog entry by barbetchristian on Nov 07, 2015

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          ... outside to wait for the hotel shuttle bus. Both Christian and I found the airport a bit warm so it was very refreshing outside. After a short ride we arrived at the Hotel Nikko Narita. We checked in, dropped our stuff in the room and went exploring the hotel main floor. At Lawson's, a convenience store, we picked up refreshments and snacks for our room. The ...

          Taking a Break

          A travel blog entry by hpeier12 on Apr 25, 2015

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          ... Kagoshima at Paolo's Hangar and as soon the Avgas situation is resolved for Russia then I will continue my Trip from Northern Japan via Russia to Alaska most likely by end of June it will also give me time to spend a little time in Switzerland mainly to celebrate my Mothers 90th Birthday on June 22. Stay Tuned for the next ...

          Out With a Bang

          A travel blog entry by gadelle on Aug 10, 2014

          40 photos

          ... happening to their habitat.

          The fireworks were gorgeous, though owing to our position and the prevailing winds, the smoke sometimes obscured our view and we were unfortunately treated to regular showers of ashes. By the time it was over, we all had black smudges on our faces, in our hair, and on our clothes. And I was wearing a mainly light-coloured yukata!

          Shibamata Hanabi

          A travel blog entry by gadelle on Jul 31, 2012

          56 photos

          ... this time, and walked to the further, but much less crowded, Takasago Station. The train wasn't even full when we got on -- we were standing, but we had plenty of personal space, and got seats within a few stops. If I get a chance to go back to the Shibamata fireworks, I'll figure out how to get to the east bank of the river. There are trees along it, but far, far fewer people, and I'm sure that from the top of the slope, the view is just as good.


          Tokyo Airport

          A travel blog entry by lsuatmospherics on Jan 18, 2012

          4 photos

          ... it. They had regular style toilets with a bidet but they also had the squat style hole in the grounds which was way more complicated than I thought it would be. I'll stick with toilets. Narita did have free wifi though, unlike Atlanta. You had to create an account though. It wasn't that hard. So I was able to email and connect to the internet while in Japan. But regular telephone service, my phone was dead, until I got a new sim card in Singapore. ...