Park Inn Kaibara

Address: 380 Hotsubo Kaibaracho, Tamba, Hyogo Prefecture, Kinki, 669-3311, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 380 Hotsubo Kaibaracho, Tamba.
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Travel Blogs from Tamba

Day at sea--gives one time to reflect

A travel blog entry by juanitobosque on Mar 28, 2015

1 comment, 3 photos

... yourself using that feature on a cold winter morning. Next control “Deodorizer”—need I say more? I never did figure out the next button, “Stand by”—use your own imagination. The next control—water pressure is related to the next two buttons, both of which are simply illustrated to give you an idea of their function. There is also, in a different panel a flush button that asks you if ...

Cooking class

A travel blog entry by vicpow on Dec 28, 2013

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... day. Way too much food to eat. Class started around 10.45am and we ended up leaving around 3.30pm. We sat and talked about our countries, culture, food and life. Yoshiko was in an arranged marriage, about 55 years old with two daughters - one was 25 and still at home studying Pharmacy, the other was a doctor at the hospital next door to our guest house in Toyonaka. She didn't see this daughter often and kept asking us to visit her. No ...

If You Never See Me Again...

A travel blog entry by allisonsee on Feb 12, 2010


... Yokohama City Orientation so that was the first thing that we did. The first stop on the tour was the beautiful Sankeien Garden, which was first built by Tomitaro Hara, a silk trader. The garden is over 175,000 square meters and has a three-story pagoda, tea ceremony houses, and a Buddhist sanctum. The garden grounds were beautiful, but of course what we both really got a kick out of was the restroom. We walked into the women’s restroom to find ...

A little more about Japan

A travel blog entry by whereispatrick on Feb 12, 2010

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... are generally very helpful even though their English is extremely rough. At no point during my time in Japan did I feel threatened by my surroundings. I felt safe 100% of the time, even though I was an obvious tourist. I was also surprised that I did not encounter any beggars along the way.

Most interesting food I ate: Cow intestines.

My next stop is in Shanghai, China. It only takes two days ...

A long time - no internet

A travel blog entry by daria7 on Oct 19, 2008


... is a beatifull place the pictures will be the best way to show what i mean and there were a lot of little children from schools with diffrent hat collors and some high school students also two kids said "HELLOOOOO" when we came near them it was so cute we took their picture! next we went to the festival which was basiclly like seeng the pictures of the festival in the book there were a few big shrins and jap men wearing dipers with long sticks in their hand a bit funny ...