Richmond Hotel Nagasaki Shianbashi
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRichmond Hotel Nagasaki Shianbashi
Hotel location is good. Walking distance to Chinatown and the temple street.
couple of minutes walk from the tram station.
Clean and functional room with good breakfast. Very helpful staff who speaks very good English to help us to plan the travel from Nagasaki to Unzen
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Thursday morning and we had somewhat of a lie in until 8am, we have to start trying to get on NZ time to avoid jet-lag. We ventured out and grabbed coffee and a snack before walking to Dejima island. On the way we got sidetracked by some tall ships that were harboured in the bay, we took a walk around the waterfront to get some pictures and of …
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