Maizuru Grand Chateau

25-4 Orihara, Hikitsuchi, Maizuru, Kyoto Prefecture, Kinki, 624-0854, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 25-4 Orihara, Hikitsuchi, Maizuru.
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Travel Blogs from Maizuru

Good morning

A travel blog entry by sazuni on Jul 06, 2014

... covered in fog. Then we got two bikes and went around. It was a very nice way to explore Ine. The water there was very clear, so you could see everything under it. When we went back we saw a monkey crossing the road! :D It was that kind of monkey that you may know from a picture af an onsen (hot spring). In the afternoon we left for Kyoto. Luckily we had found another place to stay last ...

A Soapy Tale

A travel blog entry by jill-cam on Feb 04, 2008

8 comments, 1 photo

... minutes in some chilly weather to our warm, but fairly dirty and crowded guesthouse. Luckily (?) the bath house stayed open until midnight. Nervous, Cameron and I set out through some dark streets to find the baths. Cameron had tried to give me some idea of what I was about to experience, but obviously it was a bit hard since he'd only been in the male area. We paid our 100 Yen each and were given plastic buckets. "Hmm, I thought..." Well, I don't ...

Dec 26th

A travel blog entry by nataliehb on Dec 26, 2007

28 photos

... stand abreast. The narrow street literally vibrates with activity, from the shoppers, couriers and vendors -- many of whom call out to the passer-bys or smile the ubiquitous 'ohayo gozaimasu'. Everywhere you look, there are picked vegetables, fresh vegetables, delicately-carved and presented vegetables, fresh seafood of a bewildering spectrum, candies, dessert specialties, tamago (egg cake), fishcakes and other ...


A travel blog entry by wa2y2d on Aug 16, 2007

1 comment, 26 photos

... hall, we saw a movie which showed us the preparations for the parade and past parades. We continued on to see a Banker's home (Kusakabe Folkcraft Museum) that had been donated to the city in 1879. Since the winters are very long and there is lots of snow, the houses had roofs in the shape of praying hands-extremely steep slope, so the snow can slide down the roof. There were no chimneys. The entire house was built from Japanese Cypress.They had fireplaces in the middle ...

Hiroshimas Anniversary of the Worlds First A Bomb

A travel blog entry by emmaireland on Aug 06, 2007

4 photos

... in an effort to help them. Many atomic bomb survivors developed keloids after being exposed to the atomic bomb, some as late as 15 years after the explosion. Keloids are abnormal skin growths that look like huge welds. Sometimes, keloids have rendered people unable to move properly, as they have joined necks to shoulders or formed a band between upper and lower arm, preventing full use of the limb. Keloids are unsightly and ...

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