Sanda Summit Hotel

7-2-1 Mukogaoka, Sanda, Hyogo Prefecture, Kinki, 669-1544, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Sanda

Day 4 - UNIVERSAL STUDIOS JAPAN

A travel blog entry by lauren.midgley

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... USJ and by 8 o'clock Nat had put me in line to enter the park. Nat had three shows that morning so she had to leave me to fight my way to the front of the line with the screaming super fans but don't worry she delivered me a coffee from Starbucks and a wrap for my breakfast (she knows me too well). The amount of people lining up to enter was astounding and when the park opened at 8:30 the urgency and need to get inside had risen to a life threatening ...

N.A.S.A.

A travel blog entry by aspasy

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A - English B - Franšais

A - So there's something that you HAVE TO know about Japan. Their machines are just totally crazy. I mean there's no way that a toilet will be just a toilet or that buying a metro ticket would be an easy task. No no no no no... Any simple object or daily used item has just been turned in a multi tasking - full of buttons - multi optional technological monster.
When you, poor foreigner, not knowing ...

Osaka Walkabout...

A travel blog entry by lepakqueen

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... and we took the train there.

found out that it was actually Osaka Main Station, we walked , people watched and then finally decided to just take the train to the waterfront for the sunset. As we took the train, we could see the sun set amidst Osaka skyline, saw Universal studio from across and then finally stopped at the end and just walked to the water front. Lovely sunset, watched the ships passed and then osaka lit up. And then , we walked back to the MRT.
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Have fun storming the (Osaka) castle!

A travel blog entry by redcanoe1

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... Hello Kitty store, ate lots of donburi, got lost among the city streets, found my authentic alpaca legwarmers in a Nepalese/Peruvian shop - yes, after two years of seaching, I had to travel all the way to Japan to find them! - and found the most beautiful Japanese paper! When you don't have an itinerary and you are a crafter, you find yourself in local craft shops that stock traditional fabric and handmade ...

Day 60 & 61 - Last days in Japan :(

A travel blog entry by jklmasiatravel

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... We got to Chibo, and they had a spare table.

We ordered what is now our usual, as our last meal! I must admit, I was not a huge fan of Okonomiyaki at first, but now its one of my favourites! We went to pay for our meal, and we were spoken to in Japanese by one of the waiters. Jase and I had puzzled look on our face, and Jase said we don't understand in Japanese. He said in English, our Japanese was great! To which we ...

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