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We woke this morning as the ship was negotiating the busy waterways leading into the port City of Kobe. From the Lido deck ( deck 14) we watched the approach. On the dock was a young lady dressed in a very neat pale blue suit complete with white gloves and straw hat waving at the ship. After a number of minutes of continual waving, she disappeared inside the terminal but then emerged a short time late with a 17 piece brass band! They set up very quickly ...
... us passing the ticket gate. I came from a hospitality country and here believe me I wondered if it's only this officer or the people here has so warm attitude in service, so I was ready to find out. No mention that he is one of the first people welcome tourists from all over the world.
After 45 minutes we reached Namba station at around 5.30pm. Mhee came to meet us and took the train (another line) to Honmachi Station where our hotel is ...
... that served cheap Chilean red wine!! Highlight! Our final day in Japan and it was throwing it down! We took full use of this to play in arcades, drink and eat. We had some amazing udon noodles, I had shrimp and mushroom and Jo had duck and we tried some of the famous plum wine which was amazing. Our last meal we splashed out at a great restaurant, trying all the chefs recommendations, the tastiest mushrooms we've ever had! ...
... and your purses in and then they pull out the chair for you and there is a comfy back cushion to sit on. They think of everything in Japan. The lady doing Stefania's nails learned english awhile ago so that was nice. The woman doing my nails didn't know any english. I was trying to speak in Japanese (very badly I might add) and she was trying to sound out english words. All in all I was very happy with her work. It hurts a little when she put the gel coating ...
Blazing sunshine and
warm breezes made the walk to the train station pleasant. We’d decided to head to Kobe in spite of the fact that it is not
particularly a tourist Mecca. The train ride was
shorter today. Kobe trains were also nowhere near as crowded as
are most of the trains into and out of Osaka. It
was a welcomed relief to have a comfortable seat to share. Kobe is a ...