Hotel Plaza Kobe
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... particularly the older generations embrace both Buddhism and the ancient Shinto religion. Buddhism deals with the past and Shinto, the present and future. She went on to explain the differences in the worship and the times they use both. She certainly made it very interesting and at times humorous like she said that on about December 24th they all become Christian so to reap the benefits of the Christmas spirit and the children get gifts from Santa Claus. ...
... blossoms. After having a wander down the river, I decided it was a great idea to walk home... In the rain. For over an hour. Our intelligence got the better of us and we decided to get a taxi for the remainder of the way, not actually knowing where we were. Our dinner adventure for the night was amaaaazing... The previous night as we were walking through the streets, we saw a small shabu-shabu restaurant neatly tucked ...
MW Rick was not feeling at all well, I thought he should rest for an hour after taking a Nurofen. (to give it a chance to work.) He wouldn't of course - being a man ! So we set out quite early for a full day of sightseeing and familiarizing ourselves with the train system. Rick is amazing in this area, he works it out real good ! And studies and studies the map and the timetable and usually gets it right. I am very proud of him, he will have a go at it, and he doesn't usually ...
... but is grey and black. We
couldn’t refuse and bought her for 50 kuai (about $7.50). She is a little shy but is adapting to the
house quickly. Her name, naturally, due
to her pattern and the "m" theme, is Mackerel.
Her and Mustard get along well enough and I’m sure will become great
friends over time. Unfortunately, her
health is not quite as good and will have to go to the vet this week but should
... There was not a sea of humanity like we’d
seen in Osaka and Kyoto. This
seemed like a small town having just 1.5 million residents. There was traffic, but not much. People walked the wide sidewalks, but it was
not even close to being crowded. The
pace was slower and calmer. Flowers were
in bloom and the streets were spotless.
Compared to those other mega-cities, Kobe was a retirement community. And of ...