Keisei Hotel Miramare

Address: 15-1 Honchibacho Chuo-ku, Chiba, Chiba, Kanto, 260-0014, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Chiba Station area of Chiba, is near Kasori Shellmounds Site Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Chiba

    It is cool to ride a bike here, I got a blue one..

    A travel blog entry by astrix7 on Apr 17, 2014

    5 photos

    ... I paid $200 for similar ones at Shoe Clinic in Napier. After 3 hours of walking round shopping centres I decided to ride a couple of Kms to a Japanese/Italian restaurant Emma told me about. Rode up the tiny alleyway street 3 or 4 times but couldn't find it. I'll try again tomorrow cause they do a 2 course lunchtime salad and pasta meal with a cuppa for about $10.
    I was so hungry I rode back to shopping mall and had 3 pieces of ...

    Tokyo - sublime and totally ridiculous

    A travel blog entry by spiderwebbs on Sep 07, 2013

    14 photos

    ... have been staggered at how little English is spoken here. I guess I was arrogant enough to think that in such an economically significant country (and with a city set to host the 2020 Olympic Games) that English would be a priority, like in Europe.

    After dinner we set out to play Scarlet Johannsen and Bill Murray from ‘Lost in Translation’ by visiting the New York Bar on the 52nd floor of the Park Hyatt. Unfortunately, ...

    Tokyo: Where Compasses Go to Die

    A travel blog entry by kristinrust on Apr 14, 2013

    3 comments, 36 photos

    ... turns out to be one crazy ass city. I have never been so turned around in my life. There's no ocean or mountains to give you direction, all the buildings would block the view anyway. The streets have NO order, no grid, no signs, which I couldn't understand anyway. Literally six streets will intersect together, then snake around each other with zero plan. The subway map will blow your mind. Oh, and my maps are wrong - literally temples are on my map that ...

    Flying IAD-NRT

    A travel blog entry by lewnwdc on Sep 26, 2012

    9 photos

    ... a few weeks. Some of those will have a 50-pound bag limit.

    The Transportation Security Administration Pre-Check lanes opened today at IAD, so I was among one of the first passengers to take advantage of this new expedited security checkpoint. I recently became a member of the Global Entry Trusted Traveler Program, which includes TSA Pre-Check. The system is kind of strange, however. When you enter the Pre-Check zone, an agent scans your boarding pass. The screen ...

    Mountain Views

    A travel blog entry by traveled on Sep 07, 2011

    10 photos

    ... This mountain is only approximately 1000 ft tall, so I cannot say it is the same as bagging a munro (in addition to the fact we took the tram up), but it was neat none the less. From the top, there were more majestic views, small bay towns in the shadows of surrounding green hills. For a small fee, you can enter the trail that goes back and forth, up and down the mountain, to various ...