Tsuchiura City Hotel

Address: 1-15-13 Manabe, Tsuchiura, Ibaraki, Kanto, 300-0051, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1-15-13 Manabe, Tsuchiura, is near Mount Tsukuba.
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Travel Blogs from Tsuchiura

It was too easy....

A travel blog entry by amkane83 on Aug 22, 2015

The Chicago crew is on time thus far....but my flight has been cancelled. So I am now in line as they work to rebook 400 people.....imagine the fun I am having! Especially with the self important man behind me insisting that his itinerary is the most important....obviously. :) Update from Tokyo - After some long and unhelpful time at the United counter, I am rebooked onto everyone else's Chicago flight. From there ...

Why did I think I could do this again?!?

A travel blog entry by solotraveller93 on Aug 08, 2015

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Up to this point it travelling hadn't seemed that daunting, Europe is so easy to travel round, it definitely helps when they all speak English. That's why on the way to the airport I started to panic, I remember China and feeling completely lost when our tour guide wasn't around. BUT that's the fun part, embracing a new culture and going out of my comfort zone.

I was so busy thinking about how amazing and scary Japan was going to be I ...


A travel blog entry by hugomaxisharon on Jul 07, 2015

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Tuesday 7th. Yay! It's not raining. Well, just a few little sprinkles here and there :) We start off with a walk around the imperial palace gardens. There's nice wide open spaces and memorials where buildings destroyed in wars once stood, with the whole area surrounded by a moat. Next we headed back to Asakusa for a river cruise and a different view of ...

Hanabi Festival

A travel blog entry by garyclifton on Oct 11, 2014

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... late in the year, the fields very dry but very soft underfoot. I moved forward until I found a little space to myself and sat down to watch the spectacle that had been running for the past 20 minutes. I've seen a few pyrotechnic shows so I'm familiar with the technique of 'episodes' of escalating intensity and pauses so that the technicians can ready the next volley, but this show had probably the biggest fireworks I've ever seen. A thin shivering trace ...

Japanese are such gracious people.

A travel blog entry by gter1 on Feb 19, 2014

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... experiences complete with blood orange sorbet and almond custard.
Imagine having Yoshinoya beef bowl at 35000 feet.
Maybe it's because we haven't flown long distances on a foreign airline since our trip to Australia but we appreciated the gracious attention of all the flight attendants. And here's one for you frequent fliers. We did not hear anything from the flight deck until ...