Nabari Plaza Hotel

Address: 1808-1 Kamiobata, Nabari, Mie Prefecture, Kinki, 518-0613, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1808-1 Kamiobata, Nabari.
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Travel Blogs from Nabari

First Day in Osaka

A travel blog entry by rcarosso on Jun 11, 2014

4 comments, 22 photos

Was a long first day. Started out at the aquarium. Was great, but NO WHALE SHARK!!! Just like when we went to Disneyland and the Pirates of the Caribbean ride was closed, today we went to the aquarium and the whale shark was being checked by the biological team. Where it was is a mystery but it wasn't in the viewing tank. I have still never seen a ...

Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka, and Nara, oh my!!

A travel blog entry by olivianiosi on Nov 01, 2013

2 comments, 63 photos

... Sapporo doesn't get typhoons, but the rest of Japan is a rainy mess. We went up the Skytree which is taller than the Eiffel Tower, more than 400 stories high, but because of all the clouds, we couldn't see anything! It was super disappointing, I'd like to go back on a good day so I can see all of Tokyo, its supposed to be breath-taking. We then walked in the pouring rain around Asakusa. Asakusa an area with a large Buddhist temple and many small shops. Its ...

That Wonderful Moment When....

A travel blog entry by reiko13 on Aug 25, 2013

3 photos

I arrived in Hirakata yesterday afternoon, August 24th, and was met by a loving group of Japanese students eager to get us settled into our new homes. There is a wonderful moment during the beginning stage of every overseas trip where you are suddenly overwhelmed with emotions about your new life. It is not a negative thing, but a surreal state of disbelief and unexplainable joy. Although it is usually rainy during the summer season ...

City lights and Alpine hot pools

A travel blog entry by nadinehanlon on Nov 15, 2012

24 photos

Having been banished from Kyoto by virtue of there being 0 hostels available on Saturday night, I took the train down to Nara for the weekend. Nara was the first capital of Japan before Kyoto and before Tokyo, and home to a national park which houses temples and shrines and parks and forests, and also home to thousands of wild deer whom roam freely around the town. The deer were believed to be holy messengers and are ...


A travel blog entry by dgvp on Sep 12, 2012

2 comments, 10 photos

... until they were out beaten by another my a few centimetres in Kyoto.

Obviously it's not a trip to Nara without seeing the Giant Buddha (Daibutsu). We continued our stroll through the park, stopping for an ice-cream along the way. We decided to take a few minutes to st our legs and eat the rest of our ice- cream when one of the wild deer tried to eat some of David's. ...