Hotel Winbell Magic

Address: 4-2-15 Minatocho Hyogoku, Kobe, Hyogo, Kinki, 652-0812, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 4-2-15 Minatocho Hyogoku, Kobe, is near Chinatown (Nankinmachi), Kobe Harborland, Kobe Port Tower, and Meriken Park.
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Travel Blogs from Kobe

Japan: Day 6

A travel blog entry by elle-jordyn on Feb 03, 2014


... babies like their culture intends them to do. It was cool to see this first hand and actually talk with the students who are experiencing this. I also spent a lot of time talking with a girl from my class named Isabella when we walked to the temple that the students from the university took us to. She is 27 and a lawyer in Ecuador. She talked a lot about her parents and their traditional way of how by ...


A travel blog entry by alreadypacked on Jul 24, 2013

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... of fifty or fewer as we climbed up to the entrance and inside the castle from floor to floor looking at the exhibits. Even with taking the elevator part way up, we still had over 200 steps to climb.

We had a nice tour through the city as we moved from place to place and back to the ship. When we returned after the tour, if was about 7:30. We had dinner in the restaurant but not at our ...

Back in the 'Saka

A travel blog entry by captaindort on Oct 03, 2012

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... onegaishimasu' and pointing at a picture, I brought the takeaway rice meal back to my room. I was particularly looking forward to the boiled egg on the side, but as I tapped it with my wooden chopsticks I noticed it was cold and hard. I cracked it open and realised it was raw. This was a slight disappointment but I mixed it into the rice and beef and sucked up the yoke like a man. The hotel room was only 3500 yen which I found suspiciously cheap. But I had ...

Day 411: a busy tourist

A travel blog entry by ursburs on Aug 06, 2012

... it's more like a train, but with houses built really close to it. Maybe I could say, that it's a tram which runs on one street. A street which is built for the tram only... Most of the station names are written in Japanese and like pictures where you need to find the fault, I'm comparing the letters on my map with the ones on the board and suddenly I find it: Sumiyoshi. Stone lanterns, called 'toro' lead the way to whatever I have come to see. Maybe it's ...

We're in JAPAN!

A travel blog entry by vwuertz on Mar 18, 2012

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... and leave the one you bought knotted on the string. We continue our walk through the shrine and see the 1000 metal lanterns hanging under the eaves. We leave the structure and walk out into the garden areas. We see more stone pray lanterns, covered in green moss scattered throughout. Deer make their way through the lanterns and along the walkway. It is incredibly peaceful, despite the large number of people. Our next stop is in Kyoto at ...

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