Toyoko Inn Kobe Sannomiya 2
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... finally go to the main street there was a park and there were guys skateboarding in the park. We watched them for a while because I was a bit fascinated to see this in Japan. We then went to a 7/11 on the main street because my friend needed to get money. I bought a bag of chips that looked interesting and saved them for back on the ship. We then went to a shopping building that was tall and skinny. Each floor had different things on it. Floor 1- tech, floor 2- ...
... machine and then a tray full of silver balls came out. The aim was to turn a dial to attempt to direct the balls (think pin ball machine) so that they went through a slot. You then accumulated more balls. I wasn't sure what was happening but I kept getting more and more and had to press a button to empty my tray. My machine was going ballistic. I had a guy from two machines down lean over and show me how to turn the lever to the opposite side as there was ...
... of it. There are a few
things to see in Osaka and then it is just a nice place to just
experience; the central area with all the lights and shops is
fascinating to wonder around in the evening. It is said to be the
loudest, dirtiest and most unsafe city in Japan, but to be honest, if
that is the standard set then we don't have anything to worry about
for the rest of our Japan trip as it was really clean and quiet
(particularly compared to China)
... sick kid was better again the following day!
We missed breakfast in the morning and were actually called from the front desk at 10:10am because we hadn't checked out yet, check-out time being at 10:00am. After rushing our packing we checked out and made our way back to the airport to validate our Japan Rail passes. On a side note, the boys were already thrilled with the Japanese toilets. The seat heater, two or ...
... cable car closes at 5pm in
winter. Didn't matter though as the Shinkansen departs from Shin
Kobe, so we jumped on the next bullet train and jetted back to Kyoto.
We ate ramen all day – had Ramen at
the Kyoto station for breakfast/lunch and then again for dinner! The
first ramen was delicious, the second not so much.