Kobe Bay Sheraton Hotel and Towers
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... at but it's impressive. Morning coffee today comes from a vending machine, is dispensed in a ring pull can and is cold. Refrigerated black coffee, not sure we are going to embrace the idea when we go home but desperate times call for desperate measures and to be fair it had a better coffee taste and strength than what we get on the ship, it's just that it's cold! Back on the bus and Sake shares some stories from her childhood and the changes that she ...
... a few minutes before the waitress could see the confused look on our faces. It was already too late for us to turn back so we decided to attempted to wing our way through the dinner, luckily the waitstaff spoke a handful of english words and offered to recommend dishes that we should eat. Turned out that all dishes we're different types of chicken, including all the good bits you don't normally see on ...
... an outer moat but also some inner ones as well. The castle dates back to the 15th or 16th century but has been rebuilt a couple of times. Due to invasions, being burnt to the ground and bombs (WW11) So the interior of the castle is a museum now but you certainly get a picture of what it must have been like a few centuries ago. The gardens are so peaceful, tranquil and harmonious. I think they are set out and planned to perfection. They Japanese maples and the conifers ...
... a more casual form of kimono dress usually worn in the summer). I couldn't afford one of the real kimonos. They're expensive! And that doesn't include the belts and shoes and purse, etc. I also bought a face potato. I'm not sure what it does or why it exists but I knew I needed it the minute I saw it. I think it's some sort of sponge? I guess I'l find out. After my shopping spree, I headed back up Shijo Street to my hotel and on the way, I passed an Indian ...
... eaters down
the street. We had once again gotten
submerged in a mass of people, shoulder to shoulder, as far as the eye could
see. We were once again packed like
sardines in the train cars.
Are there vending
machines in Japan? There
are a lot of vending machines in Japan! They
sell pop, juice, water, tea, whiskey drinks and beer. No matter where, there are vending machines
in view. ...