Wakayama Marina City Royal Pines Hotel

Address: 1517 Kemi, Wakayama, Wakayama, Kinki, 641-0014, Japan | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on 1517 Kemi, Wakayama.
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    Travel Blogs from Wakayama

    Birthday Life!

    A travel blog entry by eminternational on Oct 30, 2014

    19 photos

    ... your flowers symmetrical etc. The teacher was happy with what I made, she asked me if it was my first time and also said I was good at it. There are about 9 girls in the club including me and another Aussie. On Saturday there are a bunch of junior high school students coming for an open day, so my first arrangement will be on display! Usually you take the flowers home to your family.

    Fun Fact: For the song 'Happy Birthday' they sing the English version.
    Peace out xx
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    Typhoon and China Eastern Airlines

    A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Aug 10, 2014

    3 photos

    ... have let people go through at their own leisure starting say at 15:00, the chaos wouldn't have happened. It didn't help that it was the international departure gate and many of the people going through didn't speak Japanese and the security did not speak English. Once we actually got under way, we were fed a hot meal on the plane. When we arrived, we were met by a transfer agent just before immigration that gave myself and anyone transferring a sticker so ...

    Blair's Buddhist Birthday on Mt. Koya

    A travel blog entry by blair~rachelle on Oct 03, 2013

    1 comment, 25 photos

    ... hours on end. This is considered a major social faux pas in Japan.)

  • To ensure the eternal comfort of the deceased, the bones of the feet are placed first, and the bones of the head placed last.
  • Many companies have graves in Okunoin. These graves are for former company employees and their relatives, and often feature gravestones that are related to the companies’ business. For example, the coffee company, UCC, provides a gravestone in the shape of a ...

  • Kingly Koyasan

    A travel blog entry by jhiscocks on May 23, 2010

    10 photos

    ... well in advance at one of the temples that looked nice, and confirmed the reservation yesterday in my shaky Japanese. I'd been asked something about dinner and given two prices. Keeping in mind mom and my gourmet tendencies, I'd tried to select the top grade one, which was a bit pricy, but well worth it. Even as our most expensive accomodation, it was 12000 yen each including two meals, which is quite a bit less than you'd ...

    Temple City

    A travel blog entry by kalsi_kaur on Nov 12, 2008

    36 photos

    ... did not have reservations at the Shukubo (temple) which is highly recommended. The tourist office in Koyasan closes at 5:00pm and they are the only ones who can help us with our reservations in English so we were chancing things a little and hoped that by leaving at 8:00am we had some extra time for mishaps or missed connections. But it all worked out well. The first train arrived about 15 minutes early and that allowed for some breathing room for the subsequent rides. ...