Hotel Midori Iwaki Ueda

Address: 1-6-9 Chuo Uedamachi, Iwaki, Fukushima, Tohoku, 974-8261, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1-6-9 Chuo Uedamachi, Iwaki.
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Travel Blogs from Iwaki

And we're back online!

A travel blog entry by britadam on Mar 03, 2012

14 photos

... equipment that had just gone on a rampage in the mud (see above). Brittany even made soba (buckwheat noodles) and served it to customers in our hosts' restaurant (I am sure it was quite the experience for the customers to have a waitress that did not know what you were ordering, luckily the restaurant only served soba).

We only had one day off a week, and no internet, so we had to have fun the old fashion way, staring at the fire. We ...

Fukuroda Falls and the Hananuki Valley

A travel blog entry by bassalleckj on Nov 09, 2007

9 photos

... perfectly round, red, enormous fruit. When I was reading about the apple orchards in this area, I came across this great quote: "Your will be in blithe spirit by sweet and sour sent of apple." :-) I suppose I was in blithe spirit ... not quite sure what that means, however. We did a pretty good job of navigating and found our way pretty directly to the falls. This is a beautiful waterfall, with some nice colors along the banks. In a good year, the colors ...

Kita Ibaraki & Izura Coast

A travel blog entry by bassalleckj on Sep 22, 2007

1 comment, 6 photos

... go 100 km/60 mi. However, we discovered that it was worth the money when we took the local coastal road(s) on the way back ... with an unending series of lights and long lines of traffic. Japan is a very heavily populated place. This area is not well known and is not a big tourist draw, but it is very pretty and well worth a visit. I saw someone compare it to the ...

Transfer in Iwaki

A travel blog entry by erincastillo on Mar 10, 2007

Ok, so, 26 hours straight of local trains was a little too much. My stomach and head are both hurting, and I am ready to get there. I will never ride local trains for 26 hours straight again. But I do have all of the announcements in Japanese memorized. That's one way to learn ...

Less than a month

A travel blog entry by ewie on Dec 16, 2000

Can You believe it?? You joined this list - most of you - over a year ago.. and now I have less than a month before I go home. I have to start packing.. I have to start organising farewells.. I have to watch my heart break into pieces when I step on that plane, but as always I'll be alright in the end. It's just the first few days.. or maybe this time weeks that hit me so hard.. This time I have no Werner (I think that's a good thing tho ...