Kobe Portopia Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Indoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Christian and I ate breakfast in the hotel restaurant. The buffet had a large variety of Japanese and western foods. We sampled some of the Japanese items but also filled up with fruit, yoghurt, bacon, eggs, croissants and coffee. After checking out, we waited in the hotel lobby for the shuttle bus to the airport where we could take the train to …
... I fuelled up tonight, lodged the flight plan and look what the sky said to me on sunset!
Had a quick visit to a cinema not far from the hotel, which had a foyer quite nicely done for a multiplex, but then the auditorium was yet another vinyl floored tip up seated "box."
Dinner was, what else?.... Kobe Beef.
... Got her back to the hotel safe and headed back to catch up with the boys who had gone to another bar called Little Long Beach to see Ichi San. We had a couple of beers with him and decided to call it a night and grab some Ramen. Had to walk past the Mystery Trip Bar and thought one quick beer with Ryo wouldn't hurt? Caught up on all the goss in the Bar and finally got to Ippudo for Ramen and Gyoza. Got back to the hotel and ...
... our seats were closed, supposedly full. People behind us were anxious to get past us to their seats, so it was nerve-wracking seeking places for our bags. Carol was looking in the area a few seats past our seats, 18 D and E, when an attended muscled her way through and opened the “full” cubicle above my seat. It had one tiny parcel. She signaled Carol to come back while put my bag in. Suddenly from behind me, a man shoved his bag in ...
... going back to the apartment it was time for Betsy and I to head to the airport. Besides being somewhat delayed, the flight was pretty uneventful and I slept most of the time. Once in Osaka we boarded the train and headed toward our accommodations. I wouldn't call it a hotel, even though it's name is Hotel Chuo, since it's more like a bare bones hostel. When I was planning our trip there just wasn't anything available and this one was the highest rated, most convenient choice in ...