Kobe Meriken Park Oriental Hotel
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... flushing toilets, but no water means no flush! She resorted to going to a local school and taking buckets of water back to be able to flush. Our next stop was the Sake brewery museum where we watched a short video about the ancient process of making and brewing the sake and then we went on a self guided tour of the old brewery. No English here so we had to figure it all out for ourselves. It's very well depicted but you definitely need to be Japanese to ...
... relaxing evening with massages followed by a Tepanyaki dinner. I am almost ashamed, but we really never the hotel our first night in Osaka.
We arose refreshed on our second day to head to Nara, an ancient capital of Japan (more than a thousand years ago). Nara was a beautiful little city, or at least the historic parts were. We started with the main event, a Buddhist temple (Todai-ji), which also ...
... all parked together. Bike riding is very popular round Osaka, everyone does it, the elderly, young mums with two seats (one in front and one behind) for the kids, business men, young, beautiful girls and teenagers. Anyway these people stood quietly and patiently waited.....for something. They all had the cameras pointing towards some trees. I was fascinated and would have loved to have found out what was going to happen but we had to keep going.....there were also a ...
... a bit to find my way, but managed to find the right train and fare for it. It was just one stop away actually!
But once I got to Fukushima I started walking on the wrong direction - I had no map, just some instructions. I felt it was wrong and walked on the "right" direction. Again the instructions were unclear since I had 2 streets departing left... Someone on the street, probably used to see backpackers stopping and looking at the 2 streets from ...
... I was looking for in a culture. ( The age-old tale of traveling the world to come home and find out what you've been looking for had been there all along... Is this what Ithaca's mean? See this link for the poem referenced: http://www.poemhunter.com/poem/ithaca/)
These days, I can't help feeling really proud of my quasi-diverse and eclectic family. In particular, I am so glad to have been brought up in a family that was so accepting ...