Palace Sunny Hotel

6-1 Sasahara Kuchiyokawacho, Miki, Hyogo Prefecture, Kinki, 673-0757, Japan | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by steveandtam


... We then went through the museum. It painted a very grim picture of the history of wars involving Japan, and really reiterated that they are doing everything in their power to end nuclear weapons. I had very mixed feelings after visiting the museum - some of the information I found to be quite conflicting and I found it hard to emotionally process it all. I am so glad that we visited Hiroshima though, it's something that I will always treasure (not ...


A travel blog entry by seb-zazu1993


... experience. I have been staying in a small space above a gallery in the centre of town. However it's all about quality not quantity, and what the gallery lacks (such as a shower, we use a cold hose round the back of the building) , it more than makes up for with the incredible company that I have enjoyed while staying here. My host Yuri has been more than helpful and made sure that I always feel included in whatever is going on. ...

Day 44 - Trains, Castles, Dumplings and Temples

A travel blog entry by rick_and_mandy


... shame for wanting to spew on the Dutchy, and I promised myself to think of her if I saw him tomorrow morning. Without question, on her recommendation, we hopped the train across to Osaka Station (as removed from the Shin-Osaka Station) to pick up the city loop to a few attractions, the first being the Osaka Castle Museum. After a few holy goodness moments and feeling like lost puppies, we jumped on the loop train at Osaka, and headed into the unknown, and there in amongst ...

Japan With A Twist

A travel blog entry by tdv95

This is a top pick!

... although having grown up on a diet of North American cab drivers who won't even stop eating their lunch while driving in an old sweatshirt and Adidas three stripe shorts, I kept trying to slam these doors shut probably wrecking the mechanisms). One driver just about hurt himself apologizing after he took us to the wrong hotel.

Perhaps very restrictive immigration policies have allowed the Japanese to maintain this unique culture- you simply don't see ...

Japan - the best thing about Japan ever

A travel blog entry by thepeterhawkins


... not limited to Tokyo. The spoken English here is not great, but people in train and bus stations, attractions, information centres know, at the very least, key words that pertain to their jobs. I had one Japanese woman who, with the help of a map, patience and thought, was able to explain that I could buy a joint ticket for a Himeji castle and gardens at her window, but to visit the restoration works I would have to buy another ticket inside because it wasn't ...


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