R&B Hotel Kobe Motomachi
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... lively lot. I talked mostly with the man on my left, Joe. Joe’s family, including nine children, had immigrated to Australia after WW II from Sicily. Joe (Giuseppe) was born in Sicily during the war and had some engrossing memories of 1940s Sicily. As usual, the dinner was excellent and the conversation worthwhile. We excused ourselves after dessert (a delicious and not too heavy cheesecake for us, most of the others had Pavlova) so we could pack.
... Sean was keen to try it and it was only a 5 min walk from our hotel. An excellent burger joint for sure. Really soft buns and a tasty burger in side. I told Makoto about Rock Bar Cherry Bomb and he was keen to check it out. What a fun night we ended up having there. The other owner Chris was behind the bar and he recognised us from the night before as he had just arrived as we were leaving. Makoto really loved the place. "This is my kind ...
Starting early is usually a huge struggle for my hard working body but this day was special and I had no trouble getting myself showered and dressed. Nat and I left her place at a brisk pace to catch the 7:15am ferry across to Universal Studios Japan. It's sometimes quite hard to keep up with Nat's inhumane pace of walking but at least I built up a sweat (does that count as exercise dad?). We arrived at the park and basically walked the entire ...
... all taxi drivers, is dressed in a suit and tie,
and the cab is spotless. As we left the
station, every uniformed security guard we passed either bowed to us, or gave a
salute. It took about 15 minutes through
traffic to get to the hotel which is on a side street, more like an alley. Somehow their reservation for us didn’t agree
with what we’d paid for. They had us
sharing a Japanese double bed. Victor
... we decided to hike it instead of taking the cable car. It was a really pretty but tiring hike. Along the way we saw a wild pig and there were little waterfalls all along the way. They were really cool except for when I slipped into one when I slipped on a rock while jumping from one rock to another trying to cross the little river. Once we got to the top we came across a little village but it was pretty much deserted. It was really eerie because it was so quiet and foggy because we were ...