Ueno City Hotel

Address: 2874 Uenouo-machi, Iga, Mie Prefecture, Kinki, 518-0865, Japan | Hotel
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          Bullet train to Kyoto and Samurai

          A travel blog entry by jodialison on Feb 07, 2014

          27 photos

          Early morning start to get the bullet train from Tokyo to Kyoto! We made it onto the right train and had 3hrs to relax onboard. Some lovely views of Mount Fuji on the journey though, better than on the Mount Fuji tour! Arrived in Kyoto and unfortunately the temperature didn't seem to be much warmer. Managed to find the hotel relatively easy as is part of the station. Desperate to get some food, we headed out and ate/drank with our American ...

          Farewell Japan

          A travel blog entry by tiffanyjo22 on Jan 23, 2014

          6 photos

          ... to the Jetstar flight. Little did I know, Qatar Airways was a premium airline and they delivered. Maybe they just hit a soft spot by giving up a great brand of lollies before take off along with socks, blanket, a pillow, small toothbrush, eye-mask, refreshing towels and free in-flight entertainment. It seemed you couldn't pick when the movies started but they just continuously looped on the channel. So after watching Cars 2 I put on Cloudy with ...

          Jeff arrives!

          A travel blog entry by allilaoshi on Jul 04, 2013

          245 photos

          ... and chirped like a little bird, so they call it nightingale floors. It was made that way to protect from assassins and sneak attacks. It was very dark to help preserve the rooms, combine that with the squeaking floors, and it was kind of creepy. As we shuffled along barefoot, we got to see mannequins set up to look like the emperor and his people. We saw some more high school students and they interviewed us again.


          Day-trip to Nara

          A travel blog entry by wheresgordon on Mar 04, 2013

          ... below who then try to catch the sparks in the belief that they have magic power against evil. They've been performing this ritual for 12 centuries and, amazingly, they've only burned down the temple once in 1667. Also, amazingly, they've kept doing it after rebuilding the temple two years later.

          When they were done burning things I headed for a bus stop, caught a bus to the JR station and then a train back to ...


          A travel blog entry by bellethorpe on Jan 25, 2012

          37 photos

          ... looks as we were probably not expected here at all. Although they had only just opened they were already packed full of locals who were all trying to defrost as best they could.

          Annabelle found herself surrounded by territorial women who had a very set routine that she seemed to be getting in the way of, whereas Chris on the other hand was sat in a cypress wooden tub outside having a very basic English chat with a couple of the old ...