Hotel Pearl City Kobe
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... I may never return to, there are cultures to experience, towns to see, food to enjoy, cinemas to visit, plus every flight now is 650+ miles and a day off is kind of nice in between.
My Kobe handler is Taco San, a retired corporate pilot, who use to fly a Falcon 900 for Sony Corporation. He was very excited to find out I worked "in the film industry" as he had flown Sony ...
... decide. We ended up and this Japanese American style bar/restaurant. They staff were really friendly so decided to give it a go. Xavier went for Okonomiyaki which I went for the night before. I really enjoyed it the night before but I wanted to try something different. To be honest I didn't go for anything wild I just had a pork, vegetables and noodles and a potato salad on the side. I really fancied having some vegetables. The meal was so good once again. Even though mine ...
... AM, our assigned time. After scanning off the ship for the last time, we went to the bus that would take us to the Osaka Airport for the 4:45 PM United flight to SFO. This last bus journey, Red #3, was about a one hour trip on modern highways/freeways.
As we could not check in until 1:45 PM, we had time to kill. Leaving one another to watch the baggage, we each explored the terminal. It is spacious, modern and relatively comfortable and quiet. Level 3, the ...
... but delicious food.
People don't come here for the decor or atmosphere, but for good food and good times, something that is facilitated by the sharing of small plates of food. In that way, this place actually reminded me of a Spanish tapas bar, but instead of serving a limited and mostly mediocre repertoire of eats, this Izakaya offered up all manner of Japanese good eats. They don't serve tapas here, they serve Japas!
Not knowing Japanese ...
... in 1995. It is now a museum with a modern interior. The grounds were very fun to climb around and explore.
We were tired the next day and we took it easy doing some laundry. Then we went to the Dotonbori area at night. We walked around looking at all the people hanging out by the canal and a guy stopped us and shook Todd's hand. I think it was because of the nar-nar mustache. We ...