TripAdvisor Reviews Kicho Hotel Kisarazu
Travel Blogs from Kisarazu
... he was brilliant entertainment for a while! Around about 4pm we went for some noodles at the noodle bar we really like in this district and went back to the hotel. Now it's just a bit of a waiting game until we leave for the hotel! I hate waiting for flights it makes me anxious, tired and fidgety! We sat in the corner away from the reception desk and charged our phones for a little bit before we made a sharp exit to the airport. We left for the airport at what should be 'rush ...
... it comes from an anime series. The menu was stupidly expensive so I had just some chicken pieces and Mike had a sundae-type thing in a cute bear shape. We sat kind of awkwardly after eating and watched the rest of the patrons. Most were adult Japanese men who were really getting into the chanting, dancing and clapping (I've never seen anything like it) and one had even brought a set of anime toys to show the maids. None of it was at all kinky, although ...
... Rosa and Angelico, both from the Philippines, came by to introduce themselves as our cabin stewards and Grince from India will be the butler. Judith and I were part of the first wave of passengers to enter, other, later arrivals continued to board throughout the day.
As there are no activities planned for the day, we turned to our favorite pastime, that of people watching. Right away we notice that we are in the group of younger ...
... Italian stylee place that we'd been to before. The last time we'd been in Auckland Amanda had suggested we try this new place she'd read about that did amazing meatballs and I'd been like... Meatballs? Why would I want to go to some Italian and eat meatballs? If I wanted meatballs I'd go to Ikea. But I dutifully went along, ended up ordering the meatballs and falling in love with the place. Today we arrived right on lunch, managed to grab the last table and sat there ...
... told to find the longer line and wait in it, but since we needed to be at work in a few hours we based our decision on open seats and price.
We were able to order a few roles and individual pices and it was VERY good. I've never had sushi that fresh before, and especially the salmon and snow crab were incredible. Probably not something I'd do again, but I am very glad I tried it as it was definitely a unique experience!
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