Seaside Hotel Parco

Address: 34-3 Hama, Maizuru, Kyoto Prefecture, Kinki, 625-0036, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 34-3 Hama, Maizuru.
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    Travel Blogs from Maizuru

    My first week in Fukuchiyama

    A travel blog entry by sugoi.sensei on Apr 07, 2015

    8 photos

    ... how we each come from such different backgrounds and can so easily connect through mutually enjoyable activities. It was great fun!

    The cherry blossoms ('Sakura') are in full bloom right now, and they are so delightful. They are all different shades, from white to pink, and fall to the ground like snow. They have a festival here called 'Hanami', which literally means Flower viewing, and they have a ...

    Konnichiwa! Welcome to my new world

    A travel blog entry by sugoi.sensei on Mar 14, 2015

    2 photos

    ... will be at various junior high and elementary schools in the region (unsure how many at this stage).
    - I will be living in my very own cute Japanese "apartment", which is actually more like a shoe-box! Haha
    - I will be paid approx 2,300,000 yen/month(approx. $2,480AUD) .


    - Develop my Japanese speaking, reading and writing skills ...

    Disembarking the ship

    A travel blog entry by foxiii on Oct 16, 2014

    5 photos

    Leaving the ship this morning parting ways with new friends and I am off to Osaka for one night before heading home. Well my last 3 days on board alone didn't really turn out to be alone that much :o) Besides all the crew looking after me I met some other nice people. I have been invited by a lovely couple from Canada to come visit either city, beach or snow. Another couple from Cars Park in Sydney who have a lovely ...

    Good morning

    A travel blog entry by sazuni on Jul 06, 2014

    Yesterday we arrived in Ine. It's a small village located in a bay where some of the houses are built partly above the water so people can store their boat in it. That kind of houses are called 'funaya'. Two hours before we arrived in Ine our host suddenly told us that we could stay for only one night instead of three! So we were in a hurry to find a place for the other nights.. The next ...


    A travel blog entry by markhurwitz on Apr 30, 2014

    6 comments, 2 photos

    ... to. We grabbed a couple of tempura items, a few bags of shrimp chips, some chocolate, and called it lunch. We handed our bikes in and hopped on a chair lift that went to the top of a mountain where we had a beautiful view of the ocean and the sand spit we had just rode on. While we ate our "lunch" and chatted with another couple that we recognized from our ship, we watched various people participate in a tradition of balancing precariously on a ...