Station Hotel Miyako
TripAdvisor Reviews Station Hotel Miyako Kishiwada
Travel Blogs from Kishiwada
... enter the islands of Japan, there were some interesting sights as you pass countless islands and under huge suspension bridges, although still blustery on deck the conditions were quite pleasant, Ann the French lady seemed to enjoy sketching and watercolour painting various scenes around the boat including Trevor and I sat on the rear deck putting the world to rights. After a few pleasant chats amongst us foreigners over meals in the cafeteria, some good sea views and a ...
... dried them on her own back! This place was truly amazing, it really felt like she mother to all travellers who lodged in her guest house.
Lodging in Japan is definitely a different experience to hostelling in Europe. Free amenities are always provided (e.g. soap, shampoo and conditioner) with free towels being quite common as well. Hair dryers have been provided at every place we have stayed and this place even offered free disposable tooth brushes. ...
... Yakiniku joint as we had our taste buds primed for that, the area we were in is teaming with all manner of food outlets but finding one with an English friendly menu, especially given some of the parts of the animals used, can be tricky. We found one and entered, we were led upstairs and seated around the table with the fire pot in the middle. The staff rushed out with hand towels and the dipping sauces as Marc looked over the menu and said quote..." Jeez Dad ...
Today I went to Shinsaibishi to go on a big shopping spree! If you want to have a really good time sample some of Osaka's famous octopus balls and grab a beer to walk with.
Nothing better than having some delicious food, cheap beer and a stroll past some awesome shops, stalls and unique ...
... a subtle escape saying we already had
to be somewhere, realising he knew more then us about England
Our last day in Osaka was a bit of a failure. A long hunt for a
working ATM dragged the morning out and then we decided we should
plan and book for the rest of time in Japan due to the mix up with
the Osaka hostels already. We were also not feeling great, just over
a month of travelling is catching up with us, and so a 'shizzle' ...