Comfort Hotel Himeji
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- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Early to rise, quick breakfast and cleanup and got to the train almost a half hour early. So we took an earlier train. We met our volunteer guide (Iwei) at the station. He looks like a retired senior citizen, but every once in a while we had a bit of trouble keeping pace with him. Glad we arranged this before we left home as the castle's volunteers would be too busy to guide us today being a Saturday. A fifteen minute walk straight up a broad boulevard from the ...
... opening in at the end of March just in time for all the blossom to be out in full force. We gave ourselves 3 hours there before our return ticket back and wandered down the Main Street towards the beautiful castle. It really is stunning. We popped into a coffee shop to warm up and kept going. We got to walk through one section of the castle which had some displays and information. It was an area that used to house ...
... with Adam, 18 years before, in front of Himeji-Jo! The Sun was setting, just as it had in our old photos, and we took pictures in roughly the same spot. There was still so much more to see but we had to get going back to the Shinkansen. Vowing to come back the next day, we headed to the train station and for one more spot that held lots of memories: the Ramen stand ON THE TRAIN PLATFORM at Himeji station! Yes, it is a purely Japanese experience. As ...
... I find so interesting about Japan is the contrast between the immense amount of buildings and the breath taking scenery of such goregously diverse coloured forests and mountains. I am seriously wondering what japanese people think when they set foot upon New Zealand soil and see all the open space everywhere? I do miss Pine`s beach and was only talking about where i want to buy a house in NZ with Fanon (whose friends live near Piha) so ...
... al castello, ma in quel momento lo abbiamo quasi ignorato...ma una volta sul posto ci siamo ricordati delle sue parole!!
Il Castello di Himeji è una delle più vecchie strutture del periodo sengoku, datato 1333, che siano giunte fino a noi e dal 1993 è stato inserito nell'elenco dei Patrimoni dell'umanita' dell'Unesco. Il castello di Himeji è anche conosciuto col nome di Hakurojō o Shirasagijō, cioè airone bianco, ...