Grand Hotel Rokko Sky Villa
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... mention that our liaison was the Dean? Not the Dean that helped me when I fell. That was the Executive Dean; Dean Bob. He’s bald so I call him bald Dean (not to his face). The Dean that was our liaison was the Academic Dean; Mark Thomas. He’s British so I call him British Dean (again, not to his face). So once British Dean got his act together, we got on the bus. Again, we had a wonderful tour guide who gave us fun facts on the hour and forty minute ride ...
... stupid enough to be eating there. The kids meals were nice, but nothing spectacular. The nachos were also tasty, but massively overpriced.
Then we notice the bill. 10% forced gratuities has been added onto the total. Gratuities for what?! I'm pretty certain that the good people of Universal City need a loud, clear reminder that THEY ARE NOT IN AMERICA.
Back to the counter, and begrudgingly handed over the money to my ...
... building height with each moving at a different pace, all reflecting off the canal alongside the glowing lantern reflections.
Though that's not to say nothing happens in the day. For example, there was a huge queue of people waiting for the arcade / slot machine centre to open when we walked past at 9.30am.
We spent a little time in Osaka wandering the streets, visiting the castle, but as it was pretty wet we opted to ...
... amazing setting. You can't go inside it, just stand and gape at it and take as many pictures as you want. The temple sits in some pretty amazing gardens. Today was a nice, warm spring day and the gardens displayed in full splendor. The Japanese were/are masters when it comes to gardens. In my wildest dreams I couldn't hope to design anything like this. Our afternoon stop was Nijo Castle. Nijo Castle was built in 1603 as the Kyoto residence of yet another shogun. It was used as ...
... excited, welcoming us into their game right away. This was the best moment of my whole trip in Japan.
I was playing soccer with Japanese students my age in the most beautiful weather. We played with a futsal, which is a heavier and smaller type of ball usually used for indoor soccer in the states. After playing for about an hour we had to say our goodbyes and continue back to the ship but not without a full photo shoot, of course. ...