Maiko Villa Kobe
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... We then headed to a shopping area that was a 2 minute walk from the healing temple. I found it a bit strange that the city started so close to a sacred temple. Development literally went up to the edge of sacred land. We had about 30 minutes to look around this shopping area, which was mostly food, before getting back on the bus to head back to the port terminal. I walked up and down the short little strip and didn’t feel in the mood for any of the ...
... sick kid was better again the following day!
We missed breakfast in the morning and were actually called from the front desk at 10:10am because we hadn't checked out yet, check-out time being at 10:00am. After rushing our packing we checked out and made our way back to the airport to validate our Japan Rail passes. On a side note, the boys were already thrilled with the Japanese toilets. The seat heater, two or ...
... so as no mistakes were made.
I learnt that the Japanese really can mosh, and a lot of the time even do so in their usual respectful manor. At the end of each mosh pit everyone high-fived everyone else in the pit, and of course anyone who fell down was helped back up right away.
There were so many good bands there, some I knew and some I didn't. One ...
... device" as I like to call it. Then you smash the strawberries up until you like the size they are then you pour in the clear alcohol and enjoy. I had two they were so amazing. Bryce tried it and said he thought it was really good. Then we stuffed our faces with salads, yakitori, fried chicken, soup, grilled tomatoes with pancetta and a million other dishes. Bryce and I were so full but more dished would be dropped off and eventually cover every inch of ...
... and expected the tour people to provide one, bloody poms. You think they would have come prepared! After the bus driver determined there was no spare umbrella, we left anyway.
We drove for an hour on the freeway from Kobe to Osaka and arrived at Shitennoji Temple, built in 593 and believed to be the oldest Buddhist Temple in Japan and still a working Temple. We entered via the great Southern gate (nandaimon), after Dawn kindly loaned her ...