Toyoko Inn Saga-Eikimae

1-10-36 Ekimaechuo, Saga, Saga, Kyushu-Okinawa, 840-0801, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Saga

Arita and nearby pottery towns

A travel blog entry by rbfromnj on Oct 14, 2013

2 comments, 170 photos

Today's entry is dedicated to my cousin Sara, who, early in the trip, advised me to talk to strangers. This afternoon, I took the train from Saga (where I am staying at the Toyoko Inn at the train station) to Arita, my favorite pottery town. I made the same commute yesterday, but I didn't have time to finish shopping at all the stores in the …

Fukuoka

A travel blog entry by alister.bland

4
13

... to walk the extra mile and check it out. Well either I went on the wrong day, or at the wrong time, or don't understand the word "lively" as I should have saved my shoe leather. It certainly wasn't lively and the street wasn't exactly packed with vendors but I did count three carts so I guess the "carts" bit was correct.
Also checked the water front area out when I was reserving my ticket to Busan. So that's it for Japan. Next stop ...

An Eggcelent Way to Start the Morning.

A travel blog entry by trvstrvs

1
7

... top. He had a rifle strapped around his chest, and large tranquilizer bullets on his belt. He offered me a sidearm and whistle for the duration of my visit at the top, should anything happen. I was allowed to stay at the top as long as I liked. The lift would leave every 15 or 20 minutes. I declined the sidearm but took the whistle. I didn't need to accidentally shoot anybody at the top and get in trouble with the authorities before I get back to start classes.

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Brief Luxury

A travel blog entry by markkacik

5

... to a 5 star hotel because of a crowded convention.

Oh, a funny incident happened on the way here; I board the modern Korean bullet train and quickly stuff my backpack and duffel bag on the open overhead racks as the aircraft-like cabin fills with people. As the train accelerates to its 120 mph clip I look around and notice all the people on the other side of the ...

Yatta! (I did it)

A travel blog entry by andynbaza

24

... she explained that the dark passage represented our path through life, never knowing what may come and the iron ring is attached to the heart of the Buddha, who can offer you guidance. Having missed the ring, I think we all know where I'm going!

Also in the grounds is a five story pagoda, each story representing one element of which the Buddhist universe is constituted i.e. from bottom to top - soil, water, fire, wind and sky. The golden dome atop the pagoda ...

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