Hotel Monterey Amalie
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... at but it's impressive. Morning coffee today comes from a vending machine, is dispensed in a ring pull can and is cold. Refrigerated black coffee, not sure we are going to embrace the idea when we go home but desperate times call for desperate measures and to be fair it had a better coffee taste and strength than what we get on the ship, it's just that it's cold! Back on the bus and Sake shares some stories from her childhood and the changes that she ...
... ton of fresh food. They also sell the fake food that restaurants use in their displays - we saw a fried egg for Y1400!
Kathy had a work thing, so had to go, but we were pointed in the direction of Gion. This is a really old looking part of town with wooden houses that are mainly restaurants, I think, where we were on the hunt for Meikos - That is Geishas in training. Apparently they run their errands early evening. We saw one, but was too shy to take ...
... Otters, Penguins and yellow gonads we made our way to find something to eat. We went into the shopping mall next door and found a large food court selling some amazing looking food. I decided to try a beef miso type dish that essentially consisted of the jubly juicy tasty bits from the cow whereas Jess went for a plain curry and rice.
After our brief eat we headed out onto the harbour for our Santa Maria cruise. Now this is a replica of a ...
... eaters down
the street. We had once again gotten
submerged in a mass of people, shoulder to shoulder, as far as the eye could
see. We were once again packed like
sardines in the train cars.
Are there vending
machines in Japan? There
are a lot of vending machines in Japan! They
sell pop, juice, water, tea, whiskey drinks and beer. No matter where, there are vending machines
in view. ...
... transfers, will cost over 7 hours and around €60. All in all not really worth taking the regular trains. Sometimes there are cheap overnight buses going and on some routes regular trains are just fine, but Osaka-Hiroshima and Hiroshima-Fukuoka are just horrible without shinkansen.It's really a shame that I'm following that exact route :(
Well I think my short blog entry has turned into a pretty lengthy one after all. Next time about a city with a horrible past : ...