Kobe Bay Sheraton Hotel and Towers
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... opposite direction to where we had been going! No doubt, the map was wrong! Back on board we go for a swim to cool off, then a bath to refresh and head out for the evening activities on board. Even though we are staying in port overnight we opt to take in the view from the deck. Have a nice dinner with some more interesting people from China, USA and Japan. We take in the movie (or most of it) on the big screen under the stars. A nice end to a busy but good day. ...
... different you get on the back door and take a numbered ticket. When you get off you pay the driver the amount for that number. So you don't need to know where you are going to get off.
with the Shinkansen we go to a ticket office to book seats which doesn't cost any extra and they tell us when the next trains are and what plat form etc. the Shinkansen between Kyoto and Tokyo run avery 5 or 10 mins. Stuart read that in ...
... We resided to our rooms and I chilled for a while and soon enough Nat had returned ready to eat. We met Josh on the way and had yummy asian soups, My soup had heaps of veggies with shrimp, chicken and pork. It was so filling but really what I felt like. Today was a really quiet day but I really enjoyed the company of people that lived here and I spent a lot of my time listening about the lives that people led at Universal Studios Japan. As Nat went back ...
... for connection flight to Edinburgh. At 5pm Edinburgh local time we landed at Edinburgh's airport. It was sunny outside but significantly colder then in Japan. That meant our trip to "The Land of rising Sun" was over.
Thanks to everybody who kept reading our blog. Hopefully you all enjoyed it as we did enjoy Japan.
... Dianne and Caitlin joined a gaggle of voyagers and went to explore Kobe.
Although I didn’t have a tour guide and we all had to take the subway to RIKEN and back I did not loose any students! Our field trip was divided into three pieces – an introduction to RIKEN and the Center for Developmental Biology, a tour of a laboratory and a talk about stem cells and their uses/abuses. My favorite part was the lab tour, we ...