Ryokan Matsuyama

3-5-26 Iwatamachi, Oita, Oita, Kyushu-Okinawa, 870-0936, Japan | Ryokan
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Travel Blogs from Oita

Oita - A new perspective

A travel blog entry by markallen

... br> During our stay in Oita, we had a trip to the local town where Kei and Emma go to school, and Charmaine and Koyo teach, called Oguni. We also had a trip to the local volcano, Mount Aso, which was unfortunately closed to visitors due to the toxic gases that were being blown in our direction (one whiff of the air outside the car triggered coughing fits all round). We also visited two separate onsen; one at which we cooked lunch of sweet potatoes, eggs and prawns on ...

Bath time!

A travel blog entry by seb-zazu1993

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... tourism boom started. Unsurprisingly the result was not much to look at, I might even go far as to say tacky, nevertheless this is the place to go to enjoy some of the best hot springs in Japan. I especially recommend Hyotan onsen a complex of some 20 baths and saunas, and one of the two places in Japan where you can have an authentic sand bath (be buried under a pile of hot sand- more relaxing than it sounds). I have never let so clean as I did during ...

Beppu

A travel blog entry by annsan

29

Breakfast is served buffet style as well, Japanese and Western style. There is an omelet station, a large variety of Japanese food items like whole fried fishes, a very soft boiled egg you can crack in a bowl with dashi, and luckily the croissants aren't missing either. There is also a large honeycomb from which fresh honey softly slides into a bowl. The pancake station for the kids is popular too.
We decide to visit the Beppu "hells" in the morning. You ...

From Kagoshima to Beppu

A travel blog entry by annsan

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... in Beppu were already full and we ended up booking a room in a family style hotel with all kind of fun things for kids: pools, water slides, game halls, light shows at night and last but not least, a beautiful view over Beppu and the Inland Sea. This place is gigantic, 3 buildings next to each other connected by a tunnel. The hotel is "famous" for its dinner buffet with Japanese, Chinese and Korean dishes. Turns out this buffet is ...

What we did on day 1

A travel blog entry by zinkk

3

... are consecutive.Don't think there's any way to do the photos, though. Best I can come up with is writing some custom CSS for that, and going via the HTML route, but that's going to be far from trivial to result in anything really nice.

One entry should be possible, yes. In your blog management area, under manage -> print, you can select the same blogpost as start and endpoint for the entry range to include. You'll still ...

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