Hotel San Marino

Address: 14-23 Chuo, Gyoda, Saitama Prefecture, Kanto, 361-0078, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 14-23 Chuo, Gyoda.
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    The perils of travel

    A travel blog entry by chrismcg on Mar 27, 2015

    4 comments, 6 photos

    When you travel to another country, and know few words of the language, there are bound to be occasions when your ignorance can get you into trouble. Today was one of those times!
    We had shown our Nikko 4 day Pass at the railway attendant at Nikko, who had waved us on to Platform 1, where two carriages were waiting. When we arrived at Nikko, there were only two carriages, the rest of them having disappeared before our arrival in Nikko. So, we were ...

    Rambling East

    A travel blog entry by mickyjohn on Jan 20, 2015

    5 photos

    ... 160;People are so considerate that if they sneeze in the morning they wear a surgical mask all day so that you won’t catch their cold.  The teller at 7-11bows to you as she gives you your change. At the world’s largest fish market - Tsukiji -you are up close and personal with men filleting mondo tuna with three foot long swords, still wiggling crabs, eels, mollusks and hundreds of species of fish. Now its all funky and ...

    Tokyo - Peaceful Yanaka and Crazy Shibuya

    A travel blog entry by rjdemp on Oct 11, 2014

    34 photos

    We had the uneaten edamame and leftover for breakfast before moving from the Courtyard to the Hotel Monterey Ginza due to lack of availability. This hotel is older and has a French influence like much of Ginza. We bought discount 1 day subway passes at the front desk and put them to use. We first went to Yanaka, in the northern Tokyo suburbs, to do a self-guided walking tour suggested by our Eyewitness Travel ...

    Concerts And Clouds

    A travel blog entry by cathalchu on Aug 27, 2014

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... Kit Kat specialty store. In truth, it’s only a corner of the Seibu basement food department, but there are queues to buy the limited edition specials. Kit Kat is enormously popular in Japan, allegedly because the name sounds like “kitto katsu”, which means “you will surely win”. Here at the Kit Kat Chocolatory, they just sell exclusive flavours created by top patissier Yasumasa Takagi. Only a limited number are ...

    Off off and away

    A travel blog entry by jttisdale on May 25, 2014

    ... that the homogenous society in Japan will never fully allow you to be a part of the inner circle of acceptance. In America we all look different, act different, and have our own ideas which leads to many conflicts, yet makes us who we are. In Japan, most people go out of their way to NOT stand out. I see the good and bad of both sides after visiting here a few ...