Pension Alice

Address: 1223-5417 Sugadairakougen, Ueda, Nagano Prefecture, Chubu, 386-2204 , Japan | Pension
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This pension is located on 1223-5417 Sugadairakougen, Ueda.
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Travel Blogs from Ueda

Usuitouge Railway Village

A travel blog entry by tbugs1 on Sep 28, 2014

43 photos

... cost of the trip. That would amount to close to $1200 for the both of us for a day trip there and back. That is the cost of another camera. Takako suggested that we could take a shorter trip to just before Nagano. We could go normal shinkansen class one way and return by the Gran Class. Even that would have cost us about $800 to $900. We decided to give it a miss and hang around Tokyo instead.

Five minutes before we reached Shinagawa station, Owen ...

Breaking Sterotypes

A travel blog entry by ecsflemings on Sep 24, 2014

8 photos

... and women respectively. He preached twice again on Sunday. Over lunch (or was it supper?) a young mother asked me about advice for raising her children. From my great knowledge of the theory, and my desire that I had practiced it more, I shared some things with her and she wrote me a letter thanking me!

On Monday 6 of the believers took us sightseeing into the mountains. We had a wonderful day together, working hard to communicate (mostly ...

Hello from Kyoto

A travel blog entry by samanthaexplore on Sep 22, 2014

2 comments, 10 photos

... and thankfully they were long enough for me to lie down properly. Kyoto is beautiful - we had a lovely hot, sunny day yesterday exploring bamboo groves and temples. Attached are some photos from today- we had a trip to a little place called Nara, which is home to a gigantic bronze Buddha which was created in the 700s and is housed in a massive wooden temple. It ...

(Unsuccessfully) Outpoliting the Japanese

A travel blog entry by adrianatugg on Sep 15, 2014

1 comment, 13 photos

... while everyone insist that someone else should go first, the manners are engraved in us. But I think the Japanese have one upped us on this one. I keep getting into bowing wars insisting that the old lady should go first. But that lady won't give up with out a fight and ultimately wins by getting me to go through the door way before her with her sincere smile. Those sneaky ladies are just too polite.
Pictures to be posted soon
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Night in Nagano

A travel blog entry by paablo on Sep 03, 2014

4 photos

... tried his luck at Omikuji (Japanese fortune card), finding himself unable to understand the fortune that was delivered in Japanese. Good fortunes are to be kept, while poor fortunes are to be tied to a special tree or string to be absorbed by the shrine. Not knowing what his fortune was, Alistair did not want to take any chances and tied his fortune to a tree.

We returned to the hostel after our walk around the shrine and asked ...