Sakurakan

148 Kurosakicho, Ako, Hyogo Prefecture, Kinki, 678-0259, Japan | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ako

First day in Osaka

A travel blog entry by meljello

22

... kaleidoscope of people. Stirl is convinced there were some pimps and their ho's on the bridge and given the abundance of what seems like love hotels around the area it may not be far from the truth. Our wanderings took us to Pablo's for some cheese tart. We had walked past this shop earlier in the day and seen the prep and smelt the inviting smells. We decided to get one tart for dessert and chose a rare style = more gooeyness. One thing we forgot to take ...

Three Rascals

A travel blog entry by marinoni

2
13

... trick was when you got your number called for your sir. Thankfully a nice lady came to my rescue and told me it was my turn. I than got seated in front of an iPad. On the iPad was all the menu items you could order, and have it freshly made. In front if you is the conveyor turning round and round with food. Because it was so busy, the conveyor food was nice and fresh. After you have had your full, the plates are added up according to colour. Very fun ...

A Nickel

A travel blog entry by marinoni

2
5

... what took plaxe. Hard to believe and stand in a place, that was decimated in 1945 by an Atomic bomb. Spent two hours exploring around Hiroshima, than headed back to check out and move to another hotel. Was doing fine until little blue cart blew a tire. Had to improvise and put my big purse on the handle bars. Checked i, showered up, now about to head out for some ...

Shinkansen

A travel blog entry by marinoni

1
5

... more pleasant. It only worked for a brief amount of time. Ha ha. Now for the fun part, riding the famous Shinkansen. We know these trains better as the Bullet train. It was smooth fast and quiet. Took in a lot of the countryside from Tokyo to Okayama. Upon arriving at my destination, it was time to find a place to stay. Now with heavy eyelids I sign ...

The Kibiji bike trail - rain, thunder & sunflo

A travel blog entry by jarcher106

1

... wet paths now dry you wouldn't have known there was a storm just a few hours earlier. We were steaming hot by the time we reached the small Soja station and dropped off the bikes. We took the train back to Osaka and immediately went to find dinner, which took us to an unusual Japanese German restaurant! We shared a tasty Snitzel and salad before heading back to the hotel and doing another clothes washing session before bed. Stayed at Hotel Il Grande Umeda, Osaka [T&J rating: ...

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