GR Hotel Esaka
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Breakfast Available
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... was doing his thing. I'm sure there was a little food involved for them, but they behaved perfectly.....just like the children. Wherever one goes in Japan there are hoards of school children, and this was no exception. They are learning first hand all of their landmarks and heritage treasures. This treasure is the centuries-old Itsukushima Shrine and its torii gate which are unique for being built over water, seemingly floating during high tide. The shrine ...
Getting ready this morning was a bit complicated due to the small bathroom accommodating only one at a time. The buffet breakfast was 'nothing to write home about' either. At least we slept fine last night. Our first stop was at Ken Roku En garden, near the center of town and renowned to be one of the three top gardens in Japan. It was very large and displayed beautifully the typical characteristics of a garden in Japan, especially spaciousness and detail. No areas ...
... cabbage, egg, leek, cheese and Japanese potato. Fried and made into a large pattie, the concoction may sound odd, but man, it was tasty! We had other bits, noodle wrapped in egg and kimchi (spiced pickled cabbage) which was from Korea. The pickled part put me off, but again, it was delicious, not spicy, just so tasty! We'd only had two meals so far in Japan, but the food was immense, I could not wait for the next meal times, including dinner in a prison cell in ...
... new route, its old technology but of so practical. At exactly 12:16pm on the dot, our train quietly speeds off for Kyoto which takes a little over an hour. Getting out of Kyoto's train station I pause to marvel at how enormous the building is. It is apparently the second largest building in Japan incorporating a shopping mall, hotel, movie theatre, Isetan department store and several local government facilities under its 15 story roof. It is an imposing structure and ...
... Kyoto seemed to be just another big city full of people, shops and traffic, until we got into the old part of town where the old buildings have been preserved, just think of the buildings you see in Memoirs of a Geisha and you're there (if you haven't seen it then do so it's brilliant). Again I am amazed at how easy it is to get around and how friendly people are, young Japanese boys and girls like to shout out hello to you all the time and even ...