Washington Hotel Plaza

1-164 Ekimaechuo, Saga, Saga, Kyushu-Okinawa, 840-0801, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Saga

An Eggcelent Way to Start the Morning.

A travel blog entry by trvstrvs

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... water flowing over the edge of the pool, is meant to calm your mind and put you at peace before you enter. At night, though I didn't see it, there are 70,000 tiny fiber lights built into the surface of the pool that light it up to signify the 70,000 victims of the bomb. Lastly, there are two large walls of glass that jut up out of the pool, and they point to the bomb's epicenter, not far away.

I finished my walk around the beautiful pool and by the time I got back ...

Brief Luxury

A travel blog entry by markkacik

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... up at my bags. I look behind me and the man and his 10-year-old son are doing so as well. Odd. I get up and see a huge beetle the size of my thumb, clinging to my bag. He is charcoal grey with sharp white stripes, and has long branch-like legs. Of coarse there are no windows to throw it out of, and really will not hurt anyone – poor thing is just scared - so I ...

Yatta! (I did it)

A travel blog entry by andynbaza

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... to find an Andersen's (as per Ueno) cafe, where we broke our fast with a bacon and (runny) egg, toasted sandwich and as much coffee as you can drink included. Stomachs full, we ventured up a main street towards the harbour and soon came across the Tochoji Temple, housing the, now, second largest wooden seated Buddha in Japan.

A lovely lady guide showed us around the temple and through 'the hill', a passage under the dais on which sits the statue. In ...

Move right along - nothing to see here!

A travel blog entry by andynbaza

Struggled to get to sleep last night and didn't wake until just before nine. Roused Andy, who'd also not had a good night, washed and shaved and, as the foot didn't feel too bad, decided to go in search of a pharmacy to get some ibuprofen. Well, the foot didn't feel too bad - until I tried to put my shoe on, when it changed to pure agony.

The reception staff don't speak much English but I've brought my 'Japanese for Busy People', courtesy of my ...

Travel and pain

A travel blog entry by andynbaza

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... train seats, or any seats for that matter, in Japan are not designed for people of his height, being closer to the floor than seats in the West, so we decided to have a proper break, have lunch, stretch our legs and then catch the train we had originally booked, an hour later. We were sitting in an area away from the platforms and were joined by a mum, her little boy of about three or four and who I took to be his older sister. The little one had been bought a train which consisted ...

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This hotel is located in the Saga Station area of Saga.
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