Kobe Kitano Hotel
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... I hope to commute to accomplish this.
This was a very good trip. We visited interesting places with different cultures and met people from several countries and many different cities. We saw and learned many new things. We ate well. We were entertained. We were coddled. We saw how others live. We tried to see why they act as they do. We attempted to see ourselves as others see us-usually a humbling and useful experience. Already thinking about the next trip.
... 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 ...
... are that quiet. Back to the hotel for an hour to rest our burning feet and then we went out o find some dinner. A bit of a walk around and we decided on a little pub type place. A Japanese man was just coming out as we went in "very good" he said, " you will enjoy". We had no idea what we were ordering - just asked for a beer each and pointed on the menu to some little round pancakey type things. Well when it came - they were delicious. Pancake balls, probably as big as ...
... whole box in less then a minute. Addiction warning! On our way back a man on a bike stopped next to us and was looking at us with a huge smile. He was asking if we were from France and we said no we are Canadian. He noticed Bryce's Canucks shirt and got super excited. He shook all our hands and asked us to take a photo with him. He then thanked us again, shook all our hands a second time and continued waving and thanking us until we were out of sight. Very funny. ...
... fill in some time before lunch, we emerged from the shopping centre on the harbor side, to what appeared to be a kiddie amusement park. Ferris wheel, and roller coaster, merry-go-rounds, and a few other rides dotted the park. My girls, with their Disneyland experiences still fresh in their memories, wanted to ride the rollercoaster. As there was some time to kill before lunch they jumped in line, while (very reminiscent of Disneyland) Veronica and ...