Nabari Plaza Hotel

1808-1 Kamiobata, Nabari, Mie Prefecture, Kinki, 518-0613, Japan | Hotel
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Vacation & Trip

A travel blog entry by leinad61

... going next? No clues because I barely know anything about where I'm going; but that's the adventure right? Expect nothing and be amazed! Anyway I will only be spending 6 days so Christmas will be spent in Osaka, Japan. Anyway, the next post should arrive in a few hours or so. Until then, ...

OMG! Deer Attack!

A travel blog entry by acampen


Poor Natascha got attacked today. And not by what you might expect...We had been told that 'You should go to Nara!', 'Go feed the deer!', 'Its really cute and fun!'. No so much. Upon arriving at the deer park, Natascha stopped at the first vendor to purchase a pack of 'deer cookies'. Wrong move, before she can even put away her wallet, she is swarmed by deer. They are also not just standing there waiting ...

Day 418: too much for one title

A travel blog entry by ursburs

... to one tasty piece of something. In Thai dishes too, those four flavours play a great role, but there they are combined in advance. Here the flavours are offered in different tiny bowls in which the main thingy is dipped or from which little pieces are added directly into the mouth... An incredible experience...
Wisdom has shown me pictures of a temple with orange pillars on a hill. It looks absolutely gorgeous and I'd love to go there, but I ...

Follow the Thousand Gate Road

A travel blog entry by triphippo


... lights-pretty cool! We ate at a 'beer hall' on the 9th floor of called Ichiba Coji . We sat at a counter facing the window, with a great view of Kyoto Tower. The style of ordering here involves ordering a drink and ordering small plates. You can order dishes a few at a time if you like. We started with cold sake, fresh rolls (often called summer rolls in new york) with boiled chicken and ...

Tea Time!

A travel blog entry by triphippo


... the clearing up and putting away of the implements used for the ceremony also followed a ritual.

After leaving the tea house we continued up the river and crossed a bridge to a small narrow island with an interesting stone pagoda. On the island we saw some cormorants in an enclosure with what appeared to be ads to come and watch cormorant fishing, which starts in mid-June. We then crossed to the far side of the river, following the path ...


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