Hotel Trusty Kobe Kyukyoryuchi
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... to ice cream but was very light and tart. Mike generously paid for my seventy-dollar lunch and we left to go explore the city.
We ended up walking to a sake brewery (in retrospect this was an awful idea because it was very far and we both have terrible knees) where we got to taste a bunch of different types of Sake and we also got to see the small factory where it was made. We took the train ...
... hot and salty and meltingly delicious!! We did some more wandering then of course had to stop for some crab under the giant plastic crab! We shared entrees of crab gratin and grilled snow crab. To be honest neither were as tasty as our mud crabs but hey, when in Rome lol. After more people watching and stopping in at H & M for some window shopping (I did manage to score a cute orange knitted beret/beanie for $3!!) we stopped at our final "must ...
... it is in the middle of the business district and surrounded by skyscrapers it is quite a contrast. We had a great time playing with the face cut out photo opportunity things which were scattered everywhere around the garden, it is amazing how much fun you can have for free! Then we found the immense Tako-ishi or "Octopus Stone," the largest single block of stone in the castle, with a surface area of about 60 square meters and a weight of 130 ton, it is ...
... is a huge relief. Tempted to buy beer before we board but chicken out and get non-alcoholic cider instead.
Pass though a thunderstorm on the way back to Osaka but it doesn't follow us into the city.
Try to get to the summer festival bar up on top of the Hankyu Building but it either required our name on a list (a reservation maybe?) or we just couldn't understand each other so no roof bar for us.
Just need a shower to cool off so ...
... embarrassing to be treated with such deference. Only in Japan!
We waved goodbye to Takashi, Eiko and Akagi-san at the train station and Junko, Hiro and we headed to Kobe (40min by train). Junko had reserved the fantastic Portopia hotel in Kobe port and lucky for us, ran a great special. A great day was followed by a great nights sleep. It will be a short train ride in the morning to the ferry dock.