Hotel Okura Kobe
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... br> The arrival into Kobe was spectacular. Arriving over a series of medium sized mountains just on sunset, it was twilight as I approached the island runway, just stunning.... Makes it easy to find too!
Planning two nights here. In fact, most of the stops between here and home I'll be staying two nights. As keen as I am to get home, I am venturing ...
... sit down as well whilst they have a shower. As soon as I came out the shower I saw Ala sat talking to Xavier on wifi. We decided that we should meet at 8.30 at Namba station. By the time I got changed and checked me mail it was time to go. Once we meet up with Xavier he sad that we should eat around his area of town because there were a load of restaurants found there. I didn't mind where we ate. I never mind. I will always find something I can eat. I left it up to them ...
... in the Lido, choosing to sit with a couple who appeared to be from India (she had “that mark” on her forehead). It turned out they were from Baltimore, having emigrated from India forty years ago. We enjoyed chatting with them. They were going to fly from Osaka to India to visit his 89 year old mother.
Back in stateroom 2621, I packed up the my computer, a few toiletries, as well documents we needed for transit and we left our 28 day home at ...
... snacks. Izakayas are known as places where you can sit all night, drinking and eating with friends, sharing the numerous little plates of food that grace the table.
Seemingly every restaurant in Osaka was packed tonight, but after much wandering we did finally manage to find a spot for the four of us in a tiny little place in a back street just outside of Dotonbori. This Izakaya was the definition of hole in the wall, but churned out a fantastic variety ...
... free sticks.
The next day, we explored Osaka-jo and walked around the castle for the day. My favorite part was spotting the different clans symbols on the surrounding walls. Osaka castle was first built by Toytomi Hideyoshi and then destroyed by Tokugawa Ieyasu and rebuilt by Tokugawa Hidetada. It has been partially destroyed and rebuilt many times since, the latest ...