Apa Hotel Kobe Sannomiya
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... were listed on the ships points of interest.
Tom would wait outside while I made a quick spin through a store,
when I came out, he was talking with two men, one about our age and
one younger, they were local Baptist Pastors. The older man had
worked at Anderson AFB as a comptroller and had retires a few years
ago. They offered to take us to see the Naval communications
station, and several other places Tom remembered. With no further
... a few days time and the man of the group who is just a little younger than I am has suggested dinner at his favourite restaurant, .... and the others want to meet up as well when I return, which is all great; meeting Mr Akashi, Yoko, Chiho, Michiko, and Ryosuke was the main reason that I was pleased I did not take a taxi.
Japan really is the Waitrose of Asia: a little(!) bit more expensive but ever so polite and helpful with an insistence on taking you to the item/place you ...
... comes into my head and I dismissed it immediately.
From the map, the whole area looks huge. I decide to skip the tour inside the castle. My knowledge of Japanese history is limited to the novel "shogun" a novel with some actual inspired events. anyway, I wanted to sit the canal cruise so , we had about two hours to walk the grounds.
The white castle is imposing with the green gardens and moat surrounding it. But the sky was not the brilliant blue. I am ...
... on a dome-shaped screen. It appears very life-like and is very fun. Another ride had spiderman (comic book style) as theme and was an actual indoor rollercoaster, with the villains trying to grab and kill you and spiderman shooting webs at the car and try to save you. A lot of fun... A show that was actually meant for children was also great. There was an actor behind a glass screen telling about how animation movies are made ( That's what I assumed at least, everything was ...
... of them waddled closer with a look of mild interest. I offered it my hand with the intention of poking the thing, but it had a different idea about human hands and nibbled on it a little. When the hand turned out to be inedible to the penguin, it turned around to walk away, so I managed to poke its stubby tail.
The food at the banquet was rather underwhelming. Most of ...