Aioi Station Hotel Annex
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... was not decided by the same guy as from the garden.
Today was my last day at Himeji, during which I just strolled around the city to check the many small shops for some souvenirs (Omiyage!) and a proper coffee. Apparently the hotel reached its budget limit when a coffee machine had to be bought for the breakfast room. Blergh, truly awful stuff that they served there! Before taking the shinkansen back home, I wanted to have a ...
小豆島 - small beans island!
The elder Ito was off on other adventures, so Ito the younger, Mouse, and Fox went on without her. Younger Ito took care of returning the car and guiding the travelers to the bus and then ferry to Shodoshima.
They stayed in a ...
The walls were made of white plaster, clay and sand mimxed with boiled rice water, that has stood for over 400 years, and is protected against fires. The stone walls, being built in the "random style", are shaped like fans as the larger square stones are piled on top of one another, giving it a 'trimmed' look.
The main keep is a trick in itself. Although it appears that there are 5 stories, somehow they are six ...
... cream a chocolate waterfall, fresh fruit salads, boubibase, paella and more. So considering there is no tipping in Japan. ( and I don't mean it's optional, I mean you don't do it ) it's a pretty good deal for 30 bucks each.
After stuffing ourselves silly at the buffet, we spent the rest of the night hanging around the market, the harbour or the beautiful neighborhood surrounding. An interesting thing in Japan, is that they make shopping ( even if you ...
... as we are staying on the Southern side of the JR station), which leads more-or-less directly into the main shopping mall Himeji which is a very large mall which runs from the JR station North practically all the way to Himeji castle. As we walked through this mall we had to keep our wits about us for dodging powerwalking businessmen (obviously late for work), bicycles (as we have become ...