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

Battleship Island

A travel blog entry by maxieduncan

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... I got closer to the hostel decided to try one of the many narrow footpaths down the hill I could see. Turns out the hillside is covered in a meandering warren of paths and they seem to be the only access to most houses on the hillside. It was a really enjoyable finish to the walk. And now I'm in a restaurant just nearby the hostel trying out the Champon, a local Chinese inspired noodle dish from what I ...

Nagasaki

A travel blog entry by maxieduncan

7

It was a beautiful cloudless day when I left Kagoshima. The train took about three hours to Nagasaki where the weather was fine if a bit hazy. Nagasaki is a cool place. Sometimes you arrive somewhere and it's just got a vibe that really appeals to you; Nagasaki is one of those places for for me. I'm already regretting only having two nights here. Could have skipped Kagoshima and definitely Beppu for a bit ...

The Dutch can build slopes!

A travel blog entry by benandmartin

12

... have to run a gauntlet of death to get anywhere near the main keep, and the walls are concave so you have absolutely no chance of scaling them! Also it looks pretty cool and instead of just being purely practical they made space for a nice things like a cherry tree garden. When I get home I'm definitely going to write to English Heritage suggesting that they build one of these in England. I think that's how these things work yeah? ...

Nagasaki - The last port of call

A travel blog entry by markallen

... could scrounge together), a trip to the restored part of Dejima Island (the man-made island on which the Ducth were allowed to stay - the single place of direct trade with the outside world during the Edo period) and a nice walk around the harbour (very ...

Betsy & Jamie explore Nagasaki

A travel blog entry by jamiekrussell

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... free tour guide, Chikako, at the reception desk. She lived in North Carolina, which she calls N.C., for 4 years. She took us just behind our hostel to Teramachi, or temple street. It's quite the appropriate name since there are many temples there. Interestingly, there are also many bridges crossing a small stream that were built by each of the temples so people could go to pray. Nagasaki has a lot of Chinese influence and this was seen in our first stop, Koufukuji. Although ...

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