RIHGA Hotel Zest Takamatsu
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRIHGA Hotel Zest Takamatsu
Good average hotel relatively close to station. Free Wi-Fi. Hotel restaurant a little expensive
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We caught the Sakura 542 Shinkansen from Hakata to Okayama, arriving at 10.33am. It took just 110 minutes to travel the 446Km. We can't fathom that kind of speed in Australia at all. All our luggage were piled into the second carriage with one poor unlucky chap.
20 minutes later, we were on the Marine Liner 23 train to Takamatsu, taking a …
... no more people can go in. Not sure about the tea which was very green like spinach and which she told me came from nearby Bizen, but the ceremony and the serene view was worth every yen! She bowed so much, and so low that it was almost embarrassing.
Checked out Okayama Castle which is next door to the gardens. Again, much of it was destroyed by bombing in 1945, but has been faithfully reconstructed. It is very impressive with multiple stories. ...
... bushwalk at Takayama, and that one was so well blended into the forest.
Shinkasen means "new trunk routes" and that is what they service, the main routes. It is like flying on an aircraft with hostesses in fancy uniforms, food cart girls and uniforms for everyone. The drivers looks like an airline pilots uniform. They are very clean, on time, and the cars stop precisely at the mark indicated on the platform. ...
... to having children so her English is pretty good –
improving the more time we spend together now that she has the opportunity to
We stayed one night with Maiko and family and then headed
back to Takamatsu. We felt it was a bit much having two extra bodies in the
small apartment. As it was, all 5 of them sleep in one room. Maiko had cleared
a little area for us to sleep on very thin futons on ...
... we bought last night and topped off the toast - we knew it would come in handy!
We are speeding along on the super express Shinkansen to Okayama and just passing through Osaka which is huge, spread out to the hills in the distance. We change trains at Okayama going to Chayamachi, then a local train to Uno and ...