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... in the Coach line was given coaching at the self-check in device. The attendant gave up trying to help them after several minutes, looked around at the rest of us, decided, since we all looked fairly senior, to close the self-check and started processing manually at the desk. TWENTY minutes later, she finished the first pair-so progress was slow! Later, however, after processing the expensive seats, the other attendants began helping the 98%. We eventually were ...
... so much. It wasn't so much the taste, but the texture that I didn't like. I don't think I will be eating it again.
After dinner, I wandered around the neon lit streets of Dotombori for a while before hopping back on the subway to my hostel (this time without getting lost), where I spent the rest of evening chatting and sharing my experiences of Japan with the other guests.
Last day in Japan tomorrow (sad face) before leaving to return to the UK. ...
... and modern plumbing.
The inside is actually a multi-floor museum depicting the history of the
original family and the Osaka area. There were
original paintings and manuscripts depicting the bloodbath battles and wars
among the ancients. While I pondered the
senselessness of war, Victor was eating deep fried squid on a stick. I did in fact chew my first and last piece of
the rubbery treat.
While leaving the
castle grounds, ...
... buy anything in vending machines here and they are all over. The toilets in Japan are also really cool. The one I went to had a heated seat, and it also had buttons on it such as spraying, bidet, and singing options. After looking around for a bit we headed to the train station. It was the biggest train station I have ever seen in my life. After buying my ticket (which was a struggle since no one spoke English and everything is in Japanese) we just wandered around the train ...
... displays on the history of the castle, however they were all in Japanese so we couldn’t make sense of any of them! We looked around, and gathered what we could from the mini-museum style displays, then found ourselves on the very top floor. As we stepped out onto the viewing area at the top of the castle, we decided that the entrance fee was worth it, as the view was amazing. We stayed up there for a while, taking in the view, taking a few photos, and enjoying the breeze. We ...