Hotel Laforet Shin-Osaka
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... originally built in 1583 by the order of Hideyoshi Toyotomi, as it was Osaka's number 1 attraction. The castle suffered several destructions throughout its history and the current Castle was built in 1931. We walked the grounds, thought it looked modern, had a coffee and spent an hour or so enjoying the sunshine and people watching before heading on to Kyoto.
... green. (Cindy and Wendy had stayed under the awning).
When we reached the other side, she gestured to ask me which was I was going - which turned out to be the opposite of the way she was going, but I thanked her with my 'Arigato' and gestured that I was heading to the 711 to get an umbrella. Such a lovely act of kindness and again, very indicative of the wonderful treatment we've received here.
Having armed ourselves ...
... street near some really nice shops and restaurants. He couldn't check in until 5pm which seems a bit late for a check in. After all of this we went for a little walk around Namba. We weren't convinced that we saw all of Den-Den so we explored some more. We browsed around all the shops to try and find some bargains. Nothing caught my eye. We then had lunch in a Japanese style restaurant. We had to order our food on a vending machine then give it to the waitress our ticket. ...
... we're traveling somewhere specifically, we haven't been rushing in the morning. That was the case today, and we were still lazing around in the (quite comfortable) hotel room at 11am.
Isabelle has now become very used to watching Japanese kids shows on TV in the morning, and she has learnt which ones she likes more than others. She even asks me to turn the volume up on her favorite programs, even though it's all in Japanese and she ...
... me and swallow me up! It felt like a stereotypical American situation, where certain students sit in certain places with certain people. Who you sit with obviously determines your social status - It was like 'Mean Girls'! Except I was there with guys, typical teenage boys at that - loud and immature. Often I would catch eye contact with groups of girls at other tables and I know we were both thinking the same thing! One of ...