ANA Crowne Plaza Osaka
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Came into Haneda at approximately 5.30am. Have a reasonable transit time of 3 hours. Allowing ample time for a full breakfast at the airport. Not many options available that early in the morning. So had to have breakfast at a cafe which was located near the domestic check-in counter. The breakfast selection had 2 choices. A set for 1500 yen, …
... is pretty expensive here, though we might be biased after cheap SE Asia. And you find shopping centres under every single big building. The food is the best we ever, ever had. Not just the sushi, also the udons, yakitori, tempura etc are very high quality. Sushi bars (kaiten sushi) are actually cheap here; you pay about a euro (at time of writing!) per small plate. Hotel rooms are super small everywhere and not cheap. I need ...
... it for ages and it was sooooo good!
The next day again we didn't get away that early but nevertheless caught the train to the port of Kōbe. You might remember the name Kōbe for the massive earthquake that hit there in 1995. Apparently it completely devastated the city, but it soon rebuilt itself and looking around it now you'd never know it was pretty much levelled to the ground over 15 years ago.
You know you're in a bit of strange place, ...
... year or two, get homesick or a case of wanderlust and get on to their next destinations.
In the short two weeks that we’ve been here, it’s really started to feel like home. It’s amazing that it’s only been two weeks! On Feb. 28th we’ll go to pick up our very own Alien Registration Cards. Tomorrow we’ll have our Internet installed and soon we’ll get cell phones and the transformation will be complete! ...
... in the wooded hills east of Kyoto, and derives its name from the fall's pure waters. Having heard so much about this temple-- I couldn't wait to see it. We took the bus which dropped us at the bottom of... you've guessed it, a steep hill.
We approach Kiyomizudera from the Higashiyama district, which is a cute, old-fashioned district, the kind you'd expect in Kyoto. The streets in Higashiyama are lined by shops, restaurants and cafés which seem to ...