Hotel Sunroute Wadayama

Address: 767 Tamaki, Wadayamacho, Asago, Hyogo Prefecture, Kinki, 669-5213, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 767 Tamaki, Wadayamacho, Asago.
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    Day 11 - Still Bath time in Kinosaki!

    A travel blog entry by costin on Apr 07, 2015

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    ... large one and a smaller one with metal arm rests and jets. There was also a steam room decorated with tiny blue tiles. Upstairs was a series of saunas and a fantastic outdoor bath with views of the river (and the shell garage!). Kim landed the jackpot on the ladies side though, as Satonoyu has a penguin sauna (one that is ice cold). Just the ticket after a scorchingly hot bath! We relaxed back at the room for a bit as I enjoyed some of ...

    Day 10 - Bath time in Kinosaki

    A travel blog entry by costin on Apr 06, 2015

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    From Kyoto, we were heading to Kinosaki, an onsen town with 7 natural spring bath houses and lots of Ryokans. It was another miserable day in Kyoto, but it was at least fairly dry, so we walked to the station, stopping in a cheap canteen style place for breakfast on the way. I had a rice bowl topped with a meat and vegetable mix, spring onions and a raw egg yolk to provide a bit of sauce. Kim opted for the curry rice. Once again, we were astounded at ...

    Mishaps there are many of them here

    A travel blog entry by gothgoes on May 26, 2009

    ... soak. This was all rather lovely but ruined when Mikey not wearing his glasses tried to climb out onto the balcony for some fresh air after the hot bath only to slice open his knee and we had to limp back to the room and try our Japanese talents at asking for a ...

    Nara, and deers as National Treasures.

    A travel blog entry by nwillz on Apr 05, 2007

    ... in mud. They should really hire someone to give them baths and regular brushing. Feeding them was definitely not a good idea, I was quickly surrounded and had deers head butting me to demand food, i had to flee (or make a strategic retreat) while Nick just laughed and enjoyed recording the whole thing... git! Apart from the temples and the deer encounter we were also 'attacked' by a swarm of really cute kids. They seemed to be on ...

    Philosophy Path

    A travel blog entry by nikkimick06 on Nov 08, 2006

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    Rise and shine! It`s day two in Kyoto. Holy **** we are wearing ourselves thin! But, Kyoto must be seen. We head to Gion right away in the morning after seeing what our fellow travelers have been up to. We decided that we were going to do Nanzen Temple and walk the philosophy path to Ginkaku temple. Which we did!! And we found everything without too big of a problem. Nanzen Temple was gorgeous and huge. Im pretty sure we spent like 4 hours there exploring the gardens ...

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