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

Special K Day - Korakuen Gardens and Kurashiki

A travel blog entry by nreid on Nov 02, 2015

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... place has French bakeries galore and they love beer! Has to be in the genes.

Everything is beautifully presented in the stores with even the simplest of purchases usually beautifully packaged.

The gardens redeemed Okayama, but it does not impress otherwise. So it is not somewhere you would visit unless you love gardens. We both thoroughly enjoyed it and just wish we had the space and the youth to have a large beautiful garden.


On the train again

A travel blog entry by nreid on Nov 01, 2015

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... so smooth, you have to resist the urge to sleep. Australia needs good fast trains between its major hubs, especially Sydney/Melbourne.

We travelled through rugged mountainous country that had towns spread on the narrow flatter areas adjoining the river, but then once you hit the plains it is wall to wall development. We got a sight of the inland sea but not too much to get excited about other than getting a feel for ...

OK Okayama

A travel blog entry by kayna on Oct 09, 2015

16 photos

... top floor and watch more guns being fired below. Still confused about what was happening, we headed down through the castle to look at the displays. These were mostly outfit or costume related. We figured they weren't real, or we wouldn't be able to take photos of them.

We crossed the river and headed to Korakuen garden; known as one of the Three Great Gardens of Japan. It was extremely pretty. With autumnal colours coming out, we ...

OK Okayama!

A travel blog entry by hsa on Sep 22, 2015

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... the middle of a three-day bank holiday so a lot of the small post offices are closed, and we want to send some stuff home, and the banks don’t reopen till Thursday morning.

As Japan has proved less expensive than we expected, we have a chunk of cash to convert to Hong Kong dollars. In fact, with hindsight, we could probably have done this trip in the same way booking ourselves for quite a lot less than we paid – and I thought we were getting a good deal ...

We Made It!

A travel blog entry by snichelson on Dec 20, 2010

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... 20 minutes away by train (and probably 180yen) and then another 15 minutes on the bus (200 yen). At the base of the mountain you take a cable car up to actual park (570yen 1 way, 1000yen both ways). Mt. Rokko is 931m high and oversees nearly the entire metropolitan area. There are several observation decks, a botanical garden, and shops along the way. We stopped at an observation deck once we got off the cable car and got some great pictures. We ...