Hotel Mystays Otemae
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Mystays Otemae Osaka
Weekly Mansion at Otemae is ideal place to stay if you plan to stay in Osaka for a week. It's 5 minutes away from subway station what makes it perfect base for exploring Kansai region.
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... works at USJ, and when I said I was going there on February 1st, he was so upset that he won't be working that day.
After lunch I went to my last class, did some more parroting and then fixed up my speech. Luckily what I had written wasn't bad so that only took ten minutes. Tomorrow, I have to deliver it to the new students and parents. I don't think I've ever done so many speeches in such a short space of ...
... can’t get into the palace so we didn’t waste any more time on it and at the north headed east along Imadegawa dori (street) and after about 5 km came out at the northern end of the Philosopher’s Walk.
This trail follows a stream that runs from north to south down the east side of Kyoto along the base of the mountains, from Ginkakuji temple, known as the Silver Pavilion, past Honen-in, and a couple of other temples & shrines that we never stopped ...
... myself in a near empty car park, under the gaze of the largest Buddha I have yet to see (crowning a memorial for Japanese soldiers) looking over Kyoto. It was cold, grey and even the ravens were quiet as the bell was chimed and then left to hum its way to silence. I was alone in Kyoto.
Ps. Someone just checked in and is now crashing around the room, giving me an opportunity to wreck what would have been a neat and poetic (possibly too stretched) ending to this post.
... If you kept walking, the little bit of wind kept you from sweating bullets (all Hell breaks loose when you stop moving though), but by 11AM, it was like a sauna.
I've been to Kyoto before and done a ton of temple hopping, and there are lots of great sights I haven' t seen yet, but I was in no mood to combat the crowds and the heat, especially since I've got some hiking to do tomorrow. Instead, I wanted to get out of Kyoto and into the countryside, ...