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

Everybody's working for the weekend

A travel blog entry by erath on Jun 14, 2015

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... on top of Mt Shosha. It's located about 8 km from the castle so I decided to walk, after stocking some extra water to cope with the temperature of 30 degrees. The climb was steep but short and fortunately I didn't encounter any of the wild boars for which several signs at the start of the climb had warned me. Once at the top I was rewarded with a splendid temple in the middle of nowhere. Well, that's what I thought at first. Due to my lack ...


A travel blog entry by chowgate on Sep 20, 2014

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... more snacks and drinks. We were truly getting a taste of Japanese hospitality. Next we went to another town and had a beautifully presented Kaiseki dinner with sea and city views. We made the mistake of changing out of our shoes into the shoes that were offered before we entered the dining room. Turned out we were meant to go barefoot and those shoes were for going to the bathroom. Whoops! They served us about a thimbleful of sake to toast ...

Cooking class

A travel blog entry by vicpow on Dec 28, 2013

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... was another man there sampling wine so I got talking to him. He had been to Australia four times taking a tour group. The check out line was nearby and all the people in it were intrigued by our conversation and smiling at us.

We bought some bread, pastries, drinks and decided to head home as the boys were asking us to come home. They spent the day doing washing and drying (and drinking sake) and had lunch at the ramen place down the ...

If You Never See Me Again...

A travel blog entry by allisonsee on Feb 12, 2010


... bags. The taxi driver was great pointing out all the sights for us, teaching us a little Japanese, and asking questions about where we were from.

Once we gathered our bags from the hotel we jumped on another train to Nara (thank goodness for the Japanese rail passes we bought in Hawaii). It was dark by the time we got there and it was a little struggle to find the Ryokan, which is a traditional Japanese guesthouse, that the rest of the group ...

We found the is in Kobe!!!

A travel blog entry by chrisquared on Apr 07, 2009

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... we grabbed a bite to eat and decided we should stop at the Sannomiya train station stop which we discovered was the main train stop for Kobe (aka the city center) not the Kobe stop as we had thought. This had another info booth that might be able to give us some other options and ones that would be closer to town. So, back on the train and this time we were in luck. The lady at this info booth was able to give us a list of cheap ...