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... we wandered back onto the train to head back to Kobe, and explore the area behind Shin-Kobe station (the Shinkasen station).
Kobe is quite a modern, bustling city, so it's quite hard to believe that so close to the Shinkasen line is a beautiful mountainside area with a waterfall.
The waterfall is dammed downstream, as it's used for the city's water supply, and they're quite proud of how clean ...
... far as aquariums go, Kaiukan is pretty impressive. Not cheap, but it is a very cool way to fill a couple of hours, especially if you have kids.
Patrons buy their tickets outside, and are led immediately through a souvenir store, and into an aquarium. Immediately after the gift shop you're led through a fishtank tunnel, to get you into a fishy mood, before boarding a very long and steep escalator to the top floor. After the escalator, the ...
... br> event. After docking in Nagasaki, we did an on foot tour, saw the
Atomic Bomb sites and the Peace Park as well as many other nice
areas. The harbor is right in the city center and the trolly service
was great. Tom and I always do much better touring on our own, and
we really enjoy just getting a map and heading off to find things.
I am have
joined the choir we are a mixed group and are having a great time
singing every afternoon we are ...
... up getting the last room at the Khaosan where Jordan, Josh, and I stayed. Got some beers and hung out listening to music on the roof. It was a great night staring city talking for hours. We tried watching Sunshine but fell asleep instantly.
The next morning we went to the mall and shopped around for a bit, I don't think I bought anything, but we did eat conveyor belt sushi. ...
... different you get on the back door and take a numbered ticket. When you get off you pay the driver the amount for that number. So you don't need to know where you are going to get off.
with the Shinkansen we go to a ticket office to book seats which doesn't cost any extra and they tell us when the next trains are and what plat form etc. the Shinkansen between Kyoto and Tokyo run avery 5 or 10 mins. Stuart read that in ...