Keihanna Plaza Hotel

1-7 Hikaridai, Seika-cho, Soraku-gun, Kyoto Prefecture, Kinki, 619-0237, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Seika-cho

A Plan Well Made

A travel blog entry by mrichar.7


... sleep-in was well advised as our first stop didn't open until 10 (thats 2 wins! we were on a roll) We wandered up through little streets offering all sorts of strange goodies on sticks! first off the ranks to attempt to warm us was these little balls called...actually i don't know what they're called. now these ball shaped things we ate, had pros and cons... Pros; they were bite sized,healthy and came 3 to a stick; CONS: they were effectively squid and egg ...

Visiting Bambi

A travel blog entry by kahdrill


... photography and I got to try out my new 55-200 lens I bought recently. It is however quite a hassle to shift between the lenses all the time so I understand why professional photographers often have several cameras ready at the same time instead.
As it got dark we headed back home to have a luxury dinner consisting of tacos and tortillas. Over here it really is a luxury. Meat and vegetables are quite expensive ...

Day 49 - Chaos at KL Airport

A travel blog entry by rick_and_mandy


... up in my veins. I sat there and shook my head vigorously and let him know that was a very bad idea, and that he was about to have his head shoved through a plane window and his bag shoved where Chris Judd speaks out of. And thank goodness he took notice or we may have had an incident. Tired after a huge long day, I was not in the mood for ****. We jumped a cab to our hotel, the Bon Ton Langkawi, not that far at all from the airport, and met a top bloke young ...

Kyoto - The Promised Land

A travel blog entry by mnm2012


Kyoto is a place everyone should visit once in their lifetime.

Just by wondering around the city one can feel the rich cultural and historical heritage flowing within the city, after all no less than 17 locations are registered as UNESCO World Heritage Site Historic Monuments. Every corner has a story to tell, with its 2000 temples and shrines, or even if it doesn't, it looks so different from the rest of the world that it still draws your attention. With its less is more, ...

Arashiyama autumn sweet spot

A travel blog entry by ianianian


... and human like with their human like hands as they squabbled and hissed at each other to get a good position.Outside the cage on the trail however the monkeys seemed shy and a bit confused as to how to behave in our presence.
After the monkey mountain there was a nice walk on the river and a not so nice shuffle through the crowds in town and a bento box with crumbed fish and rice and one of those little tiny frankfurters and then I braved the crowded train back to ...


This hotel, located on 1-7 Hikaridai, Seika-cho, is near Nara Park, Nara Deer Park, Horyuji Temple, and Wakakusa Hill.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good