Kobe Bay Sheraton Hotel and Towers
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This hotel is nicer than the hotel I normally stay in Japan. The problem is having to learn my way around Sagami-Ono now i have to figure out where everything is in Yokahama.
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Went to my first gym ever in Japan. Like everything else its small 3 treadmills, 6 bikes, and a few dumbells. The people that were using is basically were there to stretch..... why do you go to the gym to stretch?
... earthquake in 1995. It was an incredible collection and a very intimate bar experience that exceeded even what we had at Lennon bar in Kyoto. There was even a point in the evening where he just took all the stuff out of his fridge and told us what it was! The barman had been drinking with us too and the point at which he started taking stuff out of the fridge was the point that I realised that he was quite drunk too and it was probably time to call it a ...
... Osaka aquarium, one of the most impressive in the world. The main attraction is a pair of Whale Sharks, not usually seen in captivity. They were housed in one central tank alongside hammerhead sharks, rays and various large grouper fish. Our walkway spiralled down past the various layers, with outer tanks housing dolphins, seals, penguins, jellyfish, crabs among other fish found in the different oceans across the globe.
... strolled through Nankinmachi Chinatown, impressed by the Kobe beef steamed buns, and continued onto a fair at the waterfront. Unfortunately just as we were starting to explore the heavens opened with a torrential thunder storm, accompanied by a very strong wind which nearly toppled some of the tents. We abandoned the fair and made a dash back to the station, where we took the train to Osaka. In the hotel we managed to do some long overdue washing, ...
... built in the 16th century and was in fact the whole city of Osaka which was very interesting. The current castle dates from 1931 as it has been plagued by fires throughout the ages and although not as large as the original it is one of Japan's most famous castles. One of the walls is built of the largest piece of stone found in Japan!
From the castle we went to Sumiyosha Taisha Shrine, one of Japan's ...