Nabari Plaza Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Nabari
... 1.4 million people and a modern face.Over the centuries, Kyoto was destroyed by many wars and fires, but due to its historic value, the city was dropped from the list ...
... talking, and blogging advertisement for the Japanese bullet train, so some of my next few sentences may start to sound a bit repetitive.
When the train arrives at the station, no one is allowed on for the first ten minutes or so, keeping in mind that the train is plenty on time. Since this is a hub station the train will be reversing its route shortly. The entire inside of the train is first cleaned, and all the seats are turned around, so that they once more face ...
Looking for something for lunch I spotted in one of the restaurant window displays what I thought was a dish with a potato rosti type base topped with shrimp. . Having pointed to what I wanted to eat, I then noticed that the centre of the table was a hot griddle which the waitress promptly turned on! Ooh err! There was no one nearby to copy either! Was I going to have to cook something, or were they going to ...
... around a park and visiting a shrine we made our way to the major attraction and started to feel a bit hungry. We saw a little place at with a line of people in front of it and assumed it had to be a good place. So we queued as well. It moved a bit slower than we expected but by this time we had already given the lady our order so we stayed. After what felt like an hour but probably was only 30 min we set down at a Japanese table and ...
... be and Elissa and I got to
go up in the tower.
After that we went back to the hotel just
before we went downstairs for breakfast Elissa and I surprised my dad with the
things that you blow through and it makes a noise and the reason why we did
that is because it’s my dad’s birthday.
Say happy birthday to him on Facebook!