Kobe Meriken Park Oriental Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... but I get 10 of them, all the same ticket ! ... wtf ? ... no wonder it more expensive than usual ... I don't know what happened .... :-/
At the information booth I get a refund for the 10 tickets and a short guide on how to order the ticket a different way.
I arrive at a train-station in Kobe and have to walk about 15-20 minutes to the brewery. The typhoon is nearing and it is raining on and off but luckily it isn't windy ... ...
... 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 ...
We said goodbye to Taipei and took the Asian easyjet (a.k.a. Jetstar) to Osaka! After a quick dinner at the station, we got onto our first highway bus which took us, overnight, to Nagano, among the Japanese Alps! We were pleasantly surprised by the bus: three seats per row with aisles ...
... to Kiyomizu dera to visit Otowa-no-taki waterfall, where we drunk its sacred water which is believed to bestow health and longevity. Refreshed with sacred water we hit souvenir shops so we could bring something back home. This time it was really nice because we saw basically everything we wanted and we had all afternoon for shopping. No rush. With relaxed pace we were cruising shop by shop until early evening when we went ...
... shops, we finally found our way there; however it took us the best part of an hour to do so. The Japanese owner came to greet us, and showed us to our room, which is better described as a box. Nevertheless, we are in Japan, so the limited space is to be expected. What wasn’t expected, however, was the lack of air-conditioning, and only a single fan to keep us cool. Dreadful memories of our time on Koh Tao came flooding back as we were concerned that the 38°C temperatures of ...