Hotel Sky Court Narita

161 Shinden, Narita, Chiba, Kanto, 287-0224, Japan | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on 161 Shinden, Narita.
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    Travel Blogs from Narita

    Officially Day 1 ��

    A travel blog entry by drhedgietravels on Jun 12, 2014


    ... tempura. To order, you had to press a button and a waiter came to serve you. When we were waiting for the food, the dad, mom and grandma spoke in Japanese and I sat there not knowing what to do. The dad must have known I was bored so he started making funny faces and making a complete fool out of himself. ��
    Finally, the dinner came and it was a huge tray with miso soup, rice, tempura and cold tofu. They only had chopsticks so the waiter ...

    Layover at Tokyo Narita Airport

    A travel blog entry by mightym00se on Feb 27, 2014

    8 photos

    ... then I had the Lasagna with veggies, more fruit and a yogurt. It was actually pretty good. Water to drink for that meal.

    14 hours was bit long, but I managed about 6 hours of sleep.

    Got to Tokyo-Narita on time. Great airport, had time to get a shower and freshen up a bit. Only US$10 for a 1/2 hour use of a shower suite...good value for what it does for you after a long plane trip!

    For whom the bell tolls

    A travel blog entry by andrew81 on Jan 23, 2011

    6 comments, 22 photos

    I hurried down the hall of the Buddhist temple, shuffling after Shichi in my size-too-small slippers. A monk ushered us inside the main hall, and directed us to the front of the room where a small group were kneeling in quiet meditation. I knelt next to Shichi on the thin scarlet cloth, and took in the grand sight in front of me. Poised in serene contemplation a middle-aged monk sat in a pool of soft light. Behind him I noticed a statue ...

    Ramblings from a very contended man . . .

    A travel blog entry by mark820 on Dec 04, 2009


    ... and sweet and a little misty-eyed as she said thank you and good-bye.

    Three different times this week little girls about 4-5 years old came up to me with a “I love you, Santa,” in English and Japanese. One of them carried a home made card that had pictures of me, a snowman and a Christmas tree. One of them who spoke in Japanese climbed up in my lap and gave me the biggest hug. Talk about melting my heart!!!


    I've arrived and back on-line!

    A travel blog entry by mark820 on Nov 07, 2009


    ... took off. That added more time to an already scheduled 12+ hour flight. Crowded, stuffy and screaming babies across the aisle from me – all the things I love about flying rolled into one interminable flight. Boy, I was sure glad to hear the pilot tell us that we were going to begin decent into Narita airport! (And thankfully, as we were flying Northwest, we didn't over shoot our destination!)

    Upon our arrival at E-Village we got our room keys and dumped the bags ...