Hotel Okura Kobe
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... started playing, It was hard to stop your self from falling into 2 lines and marching around the deck! It was a great welcome and quite unique. I can't quite get the gist of all the bowing. What's the etiquette here. Who bows first, who bows to who and is it, as Glenn says, a competition to see who can be the last to bow.! It will get the better of me and I will have to ask but I need to ask the right person in order not to offend. Today we are in Kobe ...
Had a good sleep in today and decided to wander in the opposite direction down the Shinsaibashi-suji shopping mall. Found some scrumptious baked treats and tempura chicken meal for lunch and set off on our way to see some cherry blossoms at Osaka Castle. It was a cold, wet and drizzly morning, but nonetheless the cherry blossoms were still spectacular. We walked and walked and walked around Osaka Castle and the ...
... so uncomfortable Japanese style beds! Best food- All you can eat with a drink £20. Cook your own food in the deep fryer in the table see photos below! Cheapest drinks- 500 yen about £4 a cocktail! Coolest bar- Where my friend worked all the locals went really cool atmosphere! Little long beach osaka! Craziest / funniest time- Drinking whiskey on the street then going to a coolest photo booth everrr see ...
... a full grown cat but the kitten has been great. The pet shop has a full grown cat that is
beautiful and it’s been there since we’ve been in China but they want 3000 kuai
which is about $450 as it is a special breed.
Fortunately they are kinder to this cat but it has lived in a cage for
months. Our kitten, now named Mustard,
has been great from the start. I guess
the good thing about getting her so young ...
... br> in population and cuisine. During the Second
World War, Kobe was bombed in 1945 losing 8800 of its
citizens. Then in January 1995 it was
hit with an earthquake measuring 7.2 causing over 40,000 casualties. It decimated the port which has since been
rebuilt. A special area of the damage
has been preserved and serves as a memorial to the event. We explored the area named Harborland, only
to discover it was the ...