Kakogawa Plaza Hotel
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... give or take, about the most expensive option on the menu at 13,800 yen (about £80!). But how often would we be in Kobe, with the opportunity to do this ever again?! Kim couldn't bring herself to spend that much on steak and opted for the lunch set at a very reasonable 3,280 yen (just under £20). However, there were two key reason for this price difference, one the steak was half the size, but it also wasn't Kobe beef, it was lower grade Tajima beef. Still ...
... br> but also there is no time to gather information about the place I will visit,
because there is so little about their area.
I will join in their small community including locals and also volunteers from around the world.
It is my first time to do something related to agriculture.
I am not sure if I can help them well,
but I hope that I will meet lots of people there and share time with them together!
... more enjoyable! Lots of photos of all different marine and aquatic animals. I loved seeing the seals frolicking and being fed as well as the ginormous tank holding two whale sharks and a myriad of other sharks and rays. The jellyfish displays were very cool too, seeing a whole range of different types. We finished up and had a snack of green tea/vanilla softserve (for me) and chocolate/banana mix Dippin Dots (for Stirl) before jumping on the Temozan ...
... delicious and seriously filling baked sweet potato before finding ourselves at another temple. This one had hundreds of stone lanterns on the approach which were quite spectacular. Inside the temple (as with most of the Japanese temples that we have visited) it was possible to buy your "fortune", even in English and presented in the mouth of a little wooden deer. Lauren was so taken with these that she was allowed to choose one, but the fortune revelation must wait until ...
... breakfast, so we took a slow pace while I kept my eye on trash cans incase Rachel needed to hurl. A weird side note, there's no trash cans anywhere except train stations. We'd walk like 10 blocks and not see a single one and yet the entire city is spotlessly clean. It's like my mom roams all of Japan at night and cleans, it's pretty amazing. I saw a Harley stopped in front of a memorial statue of Elvis and took a picture of a very ...