Palace Sunny Hotel

Address: 6-1 Sasahara Kuchiyokawacho, Miki, Hyogo Prefecture, Kinki, 673-0757, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 6-1 Sasahara Kuchiyokawacho, Miki.
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Travel Blogs from Miki

Lunch

A travel blog entry by garyclifton on Oct 10, 2014

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... me, cutting them to fit into my shoes. Found a shrine a short distance away where I could eat my lunch. On the map it looked like parkland, but there is not much of that around Osaka. Shrines everywhere, but nowhere to take off your shoes and feel the grass. What grass there is, is for looking at, and fenced ...

Dōtombori Area & Sumiyoshi Taisha Shrine

A travel blog entry by iamjwe on Aug 04, 2014

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... all in all, totally surreal. After walking around for a while we went back to the hotel to check in, and then left again down to the Sumiyoshi Taisha Shrine. This shrine is interesting in that it's architecture is the Shinto style from before Chinese influence, and is fairly unique across Japan. We spent 20 or so minutes walking the grounds and taking various pictures, and picked up bandanas for ...

Universal studios! Sake k clubbing

A travel blog entry by slynne on Nov 08, 2013

... business man, Canadian c 2, Australian 8pm went for dinner with Rob oh, Canadian Korean Quentin, Perth Gabriel, Canadian French Montreal Jenny, Gabriel's girlfriend 10-12 karaoke, all you can drink 20,000 each Then gyoza :) Then clubbing with rob and Quentin, wanted to go to giraffe but it was closed, ended up at Left at around 3 Home around 3:30 Shower and ...

祭りへ行きま&#

A travel blog entry by seb-zazu1993 on Jul 26, 2013

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Osaka

A travel blog entry by andrewnchris on Mar 07, 2013

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... but all was well as the queue was dealt with in about 50 minutes and after we had been fingerprinted etc we were cleared to disembark.

Our trip took us to Kyoto which, for the major part of Japan’s existence, was its capital and home of the three principal Shoguns and the Emperor. Nijo castle built in 1603 was the official residence of the first Shogun Ieyasu and was in constant use until 1867 when the 15th Shogun returned sovereignty to the ...