Hotel Claiton Shinosaka
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Great business hotel with excellent breakfast
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... and clean rail service in Japan was provided yet again. I would hate to be a Japanese visiting Australia and using our antiquated excuse for a rail system – they must be appalled that we put up with such standards.
The rain had returned by this time and we only had time for a walk in the grounds and photo opportunities. Much of the castle had been rebuilt after WWII for obvious reasons but the foundations remained intact and formed the basis for the ...
... later. Himeji Castle was then significantly remodeled in 1581 by Toyotomi Hideyoshi, who added a three-story castle keep. In 1600, Tokugawa Ieyasu awarded the castle to Ikeda Terumasa for his help in the Battle ...
... the Sky Garden on top of the Umeda Sky Building and last but not least Universal Studios Japan.
Students were asked they most memorable part of the trip tonight over dinner and this is what they had to say:
Corey - homestay, Universal Studios, tea ceremony
Leonora - tea ceremony, Fushimi-Inari Shrine, homestay
Briana - going to a Japanese school, ...
... machines, only to have someone bring it back to me. I left my designer sunglasses in the Mori Skydeck, and went back to find them just where I left them.
3) They love Americans. They will thank you for visiting their country. They will try their hardest to speak English, and actually apologize to you if it isn’t perfect (even though we’re the ones who should be apologizing!) ...
... and Yogen-in. The temples are so well took care of. The garden are so beautiful, trees are cut to perfection, everything is were it suppose to be and not anywhere else. To enter the temples, you need to leave your shoes at the entrance and you are provided with slippers to walk in... Looking at the wooden floor you can easily understand the importance.
Continuing to our next stop: Kiyomizu. Well, we took a wrong turn as we were following ...