Hotel Vista Premio Dojima
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- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Meal plan
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... our rail passes. Our first destination was the Umeda Sky Building, not really going to comment on this as it was just another observation deck with a sky line but it was only £4 to do so we thought why not. There was an outside bit which was a little different to the rest but it was lite rain and windy so hard to see off. We also had a look at the floating gardens here which were lovely. Next stop was the Osaka castle, ...
... We ordered sushi that was wrapped in two different kinds of leaves. It was very tasty!
We spent a little time shopping, looking at all the touristy items for sale. We bought a very nice Japanese fan that we are using to decorate our house. We still don't have much in our apartment. The place came with a tv and tv stand, but the channels are all Japanese, so we have only tried to use the tv once. We are sleeping on a Japanese style futon mattress, ...
... two rows of shops ranging from food to clothing and many things in-between. We spent some time window shopping as we walked along the walk before we ascended to the surface. On the surface we found another shopping mall complex and started to explore. After wandering around aimlessly for a while we decided to find some lunch, Mark had a recommendation of a ramen restaurant we decided to track down. Mark and I walked back and forward a few time consulting an ...
... The lanterns are lit twice a year on the occasion of the Lantern Festivals in early February and mid August. Completely rebuilt after the 1995 Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake, which killed over 5000 people and destroyed tens of thousands of buildings, Kobe is considered one of Japan's most attractive cities. We arrive there one sunny morning and after wandering in the city's commercial center and china town, we end up at its modern sea front (the Meriken park) with various ...
... is hardly going to take it, and I would assume the teachers would be too good-natured. Kitawaki-sensei came to greet me, I met her briefly in my interview a couple weeks ago, she is 21. She brought with her a little eleven-year-old blind girl, Saki, who was very shy but managed to introduce herself to me in English. Kitawaki described what I look like to Saki, saying that I was very beautiful.
We walked around the ...