Kobe Seishin Oriental Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Woke up at 5 AM to be at Tokyo station to catch the first bullet train of the day. Our hotel really was 5 minutes from the train station which we walked 2 hours to the day before haha! We then got on the train at 6AM and got from Tokyo to Kyoto in 2 ½ hours!! The train goes about 300 mph! It was crazy, but I slept almost the entire ride. Once we got to Kyoto we met up ...
... Osaka Castle through the city itself. Nothing very appealing about Osaka at all - it is very much an industrial city with some skyscrapers but they are not as nice looking as some we have seen on our journey.
The castle was lovely with the most enormous wall around it and a moat. The views from the top were really good although it was a bit hazy. There was a very detailed model of the castle as it was ...
... was smiling at randoms. This was actually happening :) - I was going to see Natalie Ward in the next hour! Getting off the plane went pretty fast and getting through all the stages was way quicker than I imagined. In no time I was reunited with Nat. There were some tears but that was to be expected since the last time we'd seen each other was January! Anyway I will close this entry now as I think that sums up getting from Cairns to Osaka. ...
... We spent another while at that machine until waiter came with English menu. At that time we were starving. We picked two set meals and sat down. In a blink of an eye a waiter brought food we have ordered. That was the first time I had Udon (Japanese noodles) with chicken and rice. Hedka ordered Salmon with rice and some traditional soup. I was 100% confident that meal will vanish in few minutes, so hungry I was. But I was wrong; it took me a while until ...
... wasn't due for another 15 minutes. We decided to wait, but many in the line didn't, wandering off, hailing taxi's etc. 15 minutes came and went, and the little man again told us it was delayed. We figured that out for ourselves. Foreign, but not completely stupid. A short time later he came back out, much more excited than when we saw him last. Another bus driver had just turned up, so they were unleashing the "spare bus".
We piled onto ...