Hotel Yuqesta Asahibashi

Address: 5-19 Higashimachi, Naha, Okinawa, Kyushu-Okinawa, 900-0034, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 5-19 Higashimachi, Naha, is near Shuri Castle, Okinawa Peace Memorial Park, Tsuboya, and Zuisen Shujo.
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    Travel Blogs from Naha

    Wahnsinn: Wir sind in Japan!

    A travel blog entry by bozi.u.andreas on Jun 23, 2013

    1 comment, 5 photos

    Darauf haben wir ja lange gewartet. Heute hatten wir dann endlich das passende Wetter. Der Zyklon über den Philippinen hat sich Richtung Hainan verzogen und wir haben endlich freie Bahn. Da wir heute 2 Etappen vor uns haben, geht es ganz früh los. Um 4:30 rufe ich bei Bozi an, er ist natürlich auch schon im gange. Es gibt an der Rezeption nur ein " …

    Week Three: Absolutely Amazed

    A travel blog entry by angielajolie123 on Aug 07, 2015

    24 photos

    ... from the 90s, and we had a light breeze on our side. We ran to the gym which was packed with late comers trying to get their late night work out in. After careful consideration, we realized we wouldn't be able to get a good work out in with a full gym, so we decided to just head home and try again the next day. I ran back to the house, up the giant hill that would bring me to Upper Foster and the cusp of our neighborhood. I wish I would have thought to take a ...

    Week Two: Movin' on Up

    A travel blog entry by angielajolie123 on Jul 31, 2015

    1 comment, 16 photos

    ... house (love saying that!) before we drove to Camp Schwab (up North) to pick up some of his belongings from the barracks. The blinker was on the right. The windshield wiper was on the left. For about 10 out of 20 turns I signaled, I ended up turning on my windshield wipers instead of my turn signal. Turning right still freaks me out because it means not turning into oncoming traffic and instead, turning into the left-most lane. Somehow, with Terence’s careful guidance, we made it ...

    Week One: Okinawa and the Invisible Rain

    A travel blog entry by angielajolie123 on Jul 24, 2015

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... walked all around 'Upper Foster' and was turned around by a highway that would lead me off base. I then turned around and hiked down 'Lower Foster', aimlessly, until I decided on a destination: the Naval Hospital! This was a good idea for maybe the first 2 miles. Little did I know, the USNH sat perched upon a steep, half-mile long hill that I would have to climb in 80 degree heat, in 100% humidity. I eventually made the hike and made a mental note of how to return to my ...

    さようなら 日本

    A travel blog entry by mattstanbridge on Jul 05, 2015

    72 photos

    ... set, the Japan adventure was drawing to a close, I spent the remaining couple of days doing more exploring around the island and drinking far too much Aomori til the small hours, the only sour note at the end of my time in Japan was the arrival at the camp of about a 100 American marines from The base at Naha for the July 4 celebrations ( stereotypical Americans??) they lived up to all the stereotypes. It was a sad goodbye as I left Zamami to head back ...