Motona Beach Hotel

Address: 442 Motona , Kyonan-machi, Awa-gun, Chiba Prefecture, Kanto, 299-1901, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 442 Motona , Kyonan-machi, is near Tonegawa River.
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Travel Blogs from Kyonan-machi

It's better to travel well than to arrive - Buddha

A travel blog entry by tommo90 on Jul 24, 2013

6 photos

... packing up and heading home.

It wasn't long before we followed suit. I can't say that I felt truly spiritual at any point. Perhaps because I am simply not that kind of person, or perhaps because there was always an underlying feeling that you were just one in a long-procession of tourists being milked for your money.

Also, I still can't say that I have the foggiest idea what the Buddha was talking about, but, I'm sure that it is very wise.

W.W n W.A wicked weekend

A travel blog entry by lilynomad on Apr 30, 2011

3 comments, 5 photos

... much we have in common in that neither of us have a relationship with our selfish brothers, we both do not feel completely at home withinour own culture and we both know how it feels to be an `outcast` due to our personal choices. I enjoyed being able to talk to Yukari about the joys of motherhood even if they were only as a step mum but that how I currently love my freedom and that children have the biggest impact upon your life and that nothing is ever the ...

Into the Wild

A travel blog entry by seanandkat on Jun 25, 2009

140 photos

... at least we imagined we did) and drifted on serenely for the remaining minutes taking pictures and videos. On another side-note, you could rent a swan-headed paddleboat for two dollars more, but we thought this was nonsense because we`re cheap and not at all flashy. We are interested in rowboating when we return to the Imperial Palace area and so it is doubtless that there will be more water-related adventures. I like hyphenating things.


Last day in Japan - Yokohama

A travel blog entry by aniseh on Apr 10, 2009

3 photos

... and much needed. We checked out of Japan. The visitor's process in Japan is very involved (face-to-face check in/checkout, temperature taking, finger-printing, photo ofyour face etc), but is 2nd only the the US visitation process which is equally involved and done only in english. (our experience would've been a nightmare if it were only done in Japanese). While waiting, I was allowed ...

Day 20 - A quiet day in Yokohama

A travel blog entry by apat on Sep 09, 2008

1 comment, 4 photos

... in the day, when Jon Bon Jovi entered my head). With a puzzled look on her face, which looked like she was trying not to laugh at me, she said something which I can only guess translated to "huh?". A quick wave of my hand and shake of my head got the message across that I didn't want the stamps, but the damage was done. I already had successfully made a fool of myself. I got my groceries and got out of there as quick as ...