Okayama Koraku Hotel
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Smoking rooms available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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Travel Blogs from Okayama
... and actually helped some people and learned a lot. That's all I hoped for. Anyway, this may be my last post until I get back to America because tomorrow morning when I leave I won't have wifi to use my phone. So as soon as I get some wifi or get back to America I will make a FINAL post and that will complete my travelpod blog :) See you all soon! P.S. on the plane ride I plan to make a slideshow of some sort to show you some other pictures I took while in ...
... and cheap ( a definite plus). I liked everything except the fish eggs (yuck!) but hey I tried. I think I had 11 different dishes, they were small but I was definitely full. I'll share the pictures, I didn't take pictures of each dish because I was hungry haha but I took some! I'll keep this post short! I hope you all spent quality time with your moms for Mother's Day! I can't wait to see my ...
... to find a restaurant. We eventually found one and we were so hungry we ordered so much food, but it was good! Apparently the restaurant we went to is very popular in Okayama and I can see why! I will post pictures from today. I tried to condense the amount of pictures so o picked the best ones :) 11 more days until I'm back in ...
... I did see some really good discounts! After that we went to another part of the town that was very beautiful! It looked very old Japanese styled. It reminded me of an old martial arts movie. The buildings were soooo cool. Everyone was out shopping for the holidays. There was a shop that had items for Children's Day, many parents were in there buying little arts and crafts things for their children. Next, we went to a ...
... see it there.
Continuing up to the very top, we paid our respects at Oku-sha (Inner Shrine), and admired the view whilst Nat got her notebook calligraphied by the monk there.
The walk down was very quick so, feeling the heat, we stopped for a bowl of kakigori on the way, which is a traditional Japanese summer desert that's pretty much just shaved ice with fruity syrup on it. Very simple, probably overpriced, but thirst quenching and delicious!