Hotel Springs Makuhari

Address: 1-11 Hibino, Mihama-ku, Chiba, Chiba, Kanto, 261-0021 , Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Kaihin Makuhari Station area of Chiba.
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      A long day, but Tokyo is ok.

      A travel blog entry by astrix7 on Apr 16, 2014


      One of the good things about solo travel is that if you wake up at 3am, and can't sleep, even though your alarm is set for 4.30am you can still get up and get really for the airport without anyone giving you a hard time about it. That's what happened yesterday and I found myself at Auckland airport eating breakfast at 4.30am waiting for an 8 o'clock plane to Tokyo. I had plenty of company,there must have been 500 people catching early flights after a breakfast at ...

      Fun sock shopping and crazy Shibuya 109

      A travel blog entry by jarcher106 on Jul 21, 2013

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      ... of bargain items. Exhausted from all the walking we queued to get a table at an excellent tempura specialist restaurant, where we munched prawn and veg. After dinner we realised we were totally out of cash and so went on a long hunt for an ATM (surprisingly hard to find anywhere) finally locating one that worked in 7Eleven. We took the metro back home before doing laundry and reviewing the days purchases! Stayed at Smile Hotel, Tokyo [T&J rating: ...

      Best layover ever!

      A travel blog entry by adamthrock on Feb 25, 2013

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      My flight from Sapporo left around 8 am. Thus, I had enough time to catch my hotel breakfast where a couple other Americans sat next to me. They were two guys in their early twenties and one got wheeled in in a wheelchair by his friend. I talked to the one in the wheelchair and it sounded like he tore his ACL. He could barely move his knee. I am glad that it was not me as that was one of my largest fears coming to Japan. I had only skied maybe 3 times on my new ACL since the ...

      Turning Japanese

      A travel blog entry by martin-caroline on Feb 04, 2013

      21 photos

      ... a temple or two. Walking out of the noisy, packed teeny-pop shopping streets of Takeshita-Dori in Harajuku - worth a visit for their gregarity! - the suddenly sound-less Japanese gardens of Togojinja Shrine were a wonderful distraction. Another short walk away, and the peace and serenity that surrounded the most stunning Meiji-Jingu Shrine and the beautiful gardens around it are almost overwhelming. With wonderful towering ancient trees, ornate bridges and plenty a ...

      Shibuya 109

      A travel blog entry by gadelle on Feb 01, 2012

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      ... 109 doesn't really have that much floor space. The shops, many of them not much bigger than my apartment (40mē or so), ring a central bank of escalators. Given the number of people there, once you were caught up in the flow, it was nearly impossible to change directions or stop without stepping into a shop or going toward the washrooms (in little side halls beside the stairwell). At times we entered a store ...