Hotel Saint Paul Nagasaki

4-16 Hiranomachi, Nagasaki, Nagasaki, Kyushu-Okinawa, 852-8117, Japan | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Nagasaki

The second bombed city

A travel blog entry by alister.bland


... place. Alot of Portugese and Chinese influence in the dishes, and even American. One place is called Big Man ( couldn't quite bring themselves to call it Fat Man) and it serves burgers of course.
It's funny in Japan in that they try and find something that will describe something in a unique way to make it special. It's got to be the oldest, the biggest, the first etc. For example, in the Glover gardens I saw the ...

Kumamoto Castle and heading west to Nagasaki

A travel blog entry by daveegray

... for, no descriptive English menu but a few words that briefly explained the menu. It was a lovely meal and the first where we had to take shoes off and sit on the floor, quite an experience. We found a bar afterwards and enjoyed a beer before heading off to bed, on the way we were accosted by young ladies asking to massage us, they practically ran at us. We of course said "no, thank you" in our best British accents. Let's see what other adventures lie ahead of us in ...

Dear Diary,

A travel blog entry by mhowitt

... to tell you something; Mia has also had a boyfriend and crush too! And I've forgotten who's Mia's boyfriend is. But beautiful innocent Mathew is on the hook! I don't want to leave him, noooooooooooo!!! Anyway, thanks for listening diary! XOXO ...

The Happy Crew The Secret of the fairies

A travel blog entry by mhowitt

Chapter 1 Study, study, study! At Eastwood Public School, the most difficult time of the year had arrived: Exam time! The happy crew were busy studying for their Economics and Statistics class. Rikka closed the book in front of her. "I can't keep my eyes open any longer!" "Tell me about ...

The happy crew and the Japanese adventure

A travel blog entry by mhowitt

... with excitement. The girls found themselves in a room filled with colourful paintings, ribbons, fabric swatches, scissors, coloured pencils, paints, other art materials of all kinds, and mannequins covered with glittering fabric. "This is the art and dance club," Kumi explained. "Here at Yoshimune, we take traditional classes, but we also have a club that organises shows, exhibits, and concerts. This year, I'm the president!" The happy crew ...


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