Seapal Suma

Address: 1-1-1 Sumauradouri Sumaku, Kobe, Hyogo, Kinki, 654-0055, Japan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 1-1-1 Sumauradouri Sumaku, Kobe, is near Meriken Park, Kobe Port Tower, Akashi Kaikyo Bridge, and Kobe City Museum (Kobe Shiritsu Hakubutsukan).
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    A travel blog entry by curioso on Mar 31, 2014

    Monday, March 31, 2014

    Kobe, Japan

    The Volendam was docked in Kobe when we awoke around 6:00 AM this morning.

    We had finished packing and put our bags in the hall for transit pickup around 10:30 PM last night. Carol had packed her carryon bag before we went to dinner, but had left most of it for later. I did all my packing after dinner.

    We ate dinner with six Australians who often travel together. They were a ...

    Hiroshima museum, Osaka neon and the unknown hotel

    A travel blog entry by jarcher106 on Jul 13, 2013

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    ... was another reason for the US using the bomb in order to restrict Soviet influence in Japan. The target cities were also banned from air raids in order to better demonstrate the power of the bomb and justify the huge cost ($2Bn) of the Manhattan Project. Despite being almost half the size of the bomb dropped on Nagasaki the destruction was massive with 140,000 killed. The displays of walls covered in 'black rain' after the bombing and heat shadows left by people ...

    Impressions of Japan

    A travel blog entry by peterbreakell on Feb 05, 2013

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    ... a few days time and the man of the group who is just a little younger than I am has suggested dinner at his favourite restaurant, .... and the others want to meet up as well when I return, which is all great; meeting Mr Akashi, Yoko, Chiho, Michiko, and Ryosuke was the main reason that I was pleased I did not take a taxi.

    Japan really is the Waitrose of Asia: a little(!) bit more expensive but ever so polite and helpful with an insistence on taking you to the item/place you ...

    Konichiwa Japan

    A travel blog entry by welovemondays on Jul 30, 2012

    28 photos

    ... Family Mart et al convenience stores, they also put vending machines everywhere. Even in restaurants. And should you not be too familiar with Japanese cuisine, that's okay, they make replicas of everything so you can see what you will get and how much it will cost. Some of the plastic models are so realistic that it's hard to tell it apart.

    So is it expensive? Well yes and no. Trains are ridiculously pricey, but we found ...

    Only in Japan

    A travel blog entry by trevfi on Nov 05, 2011

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    ... romantic really.

    We had one final wander through Shibuya and had a look in a shop called Baby Doll, which was full of puppies and kittens for sale in glass cases. Yes, it was as bad as it sounds. Trevor has put some video on here as well - not for the easily angered.

    So the next day we bade farewell to Japan, but one (wealthier) day we'll return to explore the rest of Japan as its one interesting and creative country. (Shame about the coffee ...

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