Royal Oak Hotel
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRoyal Oak Hotel Otsu
This hotel is both great and reasonable. If you visit Otsu, this hotel is an excellent choice. Highly recommended.
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... it seems. They walk on the side of the walk they should be on (they all walk fast in Tokyo), and ride the bikes on the side of the walk they should ride on. They do not talk loud or act aggressive on the crowded trains system or sidewalks. They are willing to help anytime I ask them. It's truly a large city, but with a kind spirit. The police here do not carry guns, just nightsticks as they walk the streets. Also, I have noticed there are not the ...
... of a Geisha a few years ago I also remembered the Gion district in Kyoto was the heart of the geisha life; so I had a lot of expectations for the city. When we arrived at the station we got on a bus to go and find our hostel. Unfortuately, I didn't have the 250 yen change for the fare, but when I showed the bus driver all I had was a 5,000 yen bill, he shouted back to other passengers for change. A young girl immediately came up and made change for me, as simple ...
... the end of my trips, as I am writing this the day after, I’ll be leaving to Bangkok for my conference today and the chapter of my trip in Japan will be closed. I really hope that you enjoyed reading my blog, if you didn’t enjoy it then you have some explaining to do because you’ve been reading a whole lot of it to get this far. Maybe it even made you want to have your own adventure.
... s colours) It was from there that the chanting arose when Kobe threatened to score.
Like in North America food a drink is a big part of the game. Here the beer was sold in the stands by girls wearing kegs of Asahi beer on their backs. It didn't seem fair that they would have to climb up into the bleachers with full kegs on their backs only to return downward with empty , much lighter loads.
For food we had squid and chicken ...
... we found the exit to the station, we found the street our hotel was off of. We passed by it the first time, but then found it when we asked a police man who was guarding a construction site where to go and he pointed directly to the building to his right.
We checked in, dropped off bags, then headed over to the temple that is located right across the street from the Inn we were staying at. ...