Nest Hotel Shinsaibashi
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- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... the cost to delay a 115,000 tonne ship in port would not have been cheap !!).
Dinner in the Pacific Moon dining room again with two other couples – not quite as lucky with the charm or interest factor but nice folks all the same (except they were all from NSW and two of them, Todd, were Parramatta supporters. Having told them they could not help bad luck, we had to reveal we had to suffer one in the family too – and even they commiserated !).
... 11.1999998092651px;">Himeji Castle dates to 1333, when Akamatsu Norimura built a fort on top of Himeyama hill. The fort was dismantled and rebuilt as Himeyama Castle in 1346, and then remodeled into Himeji Castle ...
... to a number of classes taking English as well as participate in English and Japanese conversation activities with the Japanese students. One class even had a number of traditional Japanese games and Japanese calligraphy for our students to experience.
We watched Japanese students participate in their after school club activities which included softball, basketball, music, dance and karate. ...
... to be the next Cal Ripkin, after putting back copious amounts of staduim beers, the 7th inning stretch.... we get handed these ballons and we both blow them up, they blow up to about 3 feet in length, and at this cue everyone lets them go, AMAZING site, to see 40000 ballons go everywhere in the staduim is unbelivable, so the game ends and they do the same ballon thing again, this atmosphere here is WAY louder and crazier then Tokyo and I love every min of it. So for the troubles ...
... which I figured out were saunas, and the first one we went into was not what I was expecting. It was a huge pit of hot stones, and what you do is spread your towel on top of them and then lay on top of the towel. I suppose it is meant to be relaxing, as there was calming music playing and the lighting was very dim, but at first, I found it really uncomfortable lying on top of stones let alone in 45'C heat! After about 15 minutes we went to the next room which had a tatami mat ...