ANA Crowne Plaza Kobe
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Before the trip began, we jotted down the top five places or things we wanted to see or do in Japan.
One was the Golden Temple in historic Kyoto and that was the first stop on our Sunday radar screen.
Out the night before, we were chilled to the bone. The winds picked up and the temp dropped below freezing, So, it was no surprise …
... 8217;s much more fun dancing in the rain than hiding under some sort of umbrella and getting just as wet. Embrace everything fully - that’s my approach anyway.
Vinh and I were soaked and laughing by the time we got back but it didn’t take long to dry off and be nice and cosy watching it rain outside. Vinh’s mum was nowhere to be seen. She had decided to stay in the shelter of the subway station along with many other people but grew impatient too. In her ...
... bomb tested for explosives. But that somehow earned us a pass the the front of the security line, so I was happy. After security we wandered through the shops fora bit and got sad that we couldn't get into the Orange Julius because it was on the other side of security so all we could do was press our sad faces up to the window and be taunted by the forbidden fruity goodness.
Bryce was surprised what the inside of the airport looked like after security. He ...
... as Australia (i.e. not very). A few lovely minutes were spent soaking up the sun and the quiet in Japan’s second busiest city (the must have all gone to Kyoto).
Dinner consisted of sushi at at a sushi-train restaurant where every plate cost JPY130 ($1.70). Delicious, healthy and cheap (which is pretty important as Japan has really been breaking the ever disappearing budget)! Tom ate about four plates of tuna and I ate several plates of eel. So ...
... the picture, unlike some other burger chains that I could mention.
Tonight for dinner, we decided to go back to the same building as Thursday night, but to a different restaurant that we had seen earlier. The main attraction was that they advertised that they had an English menu and the pictures of the food outside looked good as well but we had to line up and wait for about 30 minutes, we didn’t mind and made up ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsANA Crowne Plaza Kobe
My first impression of the hotel is that it had a funny lingering smell which was a bit off putting in the room. It was a small room, but since we were only staying 1 night, it was adequate, especially since we were right next to the Shinkansen station.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.