Hotel Nikko Nara
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Nikko Nara
This hotel in very conveniently located along the Sanjo Street which leads you to most of Nara's many attractions. Really good breakfast buffet and good service.
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... in Namba where there is lots of neon and people! Crazy adverts animate the walls, 3D signs are evident about each restaurant indicating what delights they sell. A giant lobster, a massive piece of sushi or a dragon the size of a bus adorn the buildings making this an interesting spectacle with more wow factor than Tokyo we found. Back to hotel for Saki and ...
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Right now I'm on a bullet train (Shinkansen) to Kyoto. The ride is amazingly quick and smooth, and the cabins have very comfortable seats with wide leg room. We just passed Mt. Fuji, a truly awe inspiring mountain. It’s nice to get a view of the surrounding cities on our way over to Kyoto. We haven’t passed a ton of countryside, more like suburbs and small towns. ...
The first day Jeff got there, we ate some okonomiyaki together at a place on Teramachi Dori. The next day we went to Kinkakuji. We left early in the morning because it takes a while to get over there. We arrived with a school of Japanese kids. After we saw the pavilion, some came up to Jeff and Todd and asked to interview them to practice their English. It was really cute! The Golden Pavilion was magnificent to see in person!
... I was here but I had to leave the next day and I needed to get back to my hotel and pack. This time I planned things do I'd get to see it.
In every country I've ever visited I've seen things that have made me think, "That's a great idea. We should do that in the U.S." I've also alway seen things that have made me think, "What are they thinking?" I've seen more thinks in both of these categories in Japan ...