Moriyama Art Hotel

Address: 50-1 Harimada-cho, Moriyama, Shiga Prefecture, Kinki, 524-0012, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 50-1 Harimada-cho, Moriyama.
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Day 7, Hiroshima

A travel blog entry by whitters_steveo on Nov 19, 2014

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Good day pod-viewers, This entry is coniferous to you from the bullet train. See pics for our bullet train. This morning we headed off on our bullet train to Hiroshima. We got there around lunchtime and went for a lovely walk to Nijo castle with autumn leaves falling around us. We saw about 3 other tourists, that was it. The place is pleasantly deserted! Next was the A-bomb dome. That was pretty impressive, I have no idea how anything was still standing after the blast. ...

Memoirs of a geisha

A travel blog entry by dizzyseren on Aug 12, 2014

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... trouble of telling him to shut up! Then the police arrive for what seems to be a stolen van. Or at least one that's parked in the wrong place, they photograph it for ages. I think they'll take it for a valet and need the before and after evidence. I can only hope that they don't find my sudafed which is number one banned over the counter medics here. I was sniffing the stuff all the way through customers. I would make the best drug ...

Day 8

A travel blog entry by thebyrnes on Jan 04, 2014

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... part of Kyoto in a traditional old house up a lane way so very difficult to navigate! But with the help of some friendly locals we were on our way again. Our house is very quaint and we were very happy to find lots of heaters! We have a double western style bed and 3 futons in a big tatami room. Dinner that night was takeaway from the local foodstore which have delicious, fresh, ready to eat meals. An early night to get ready for our first day of exploring Kyoto. Bye ~ ...

Our Last Day in Japan

A travel blog entry by nangarner on Oct 22, 2013

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... our hotel area.

What luck! Today was the Festival of the Ages. There is a huge parade (over two hours) which traces the history of Kyoto. It starts in the restoration period (1868) and continues back in time to 794 when the capital was moved to Kyoto. All of the participants (thousands of them) were dressed in customs. There were horses, also with trappings of each period. There were also wagons with Shoguns. What a spectacle!!!

Our Farewell Dinner ...

Temples galore

A travel blog entry by kworld on Sep 04, 2013

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... with wifi) and plotting our next dry moves. In fact, the day before wasn't much better as we took refuge in a local school much to the bemusement of the locals. Better option: trying on kimonos at our capsule ryokan. At the temples, we are now aware of the various customs, although inside the explanations are provided only in Japanese. So at Ninna-ji, a kind gardener rushed over to us and took it upon himself to lead us several buildings over to see ...

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