Comfort Hotel Sakai
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... for the rest of the day. The place was unbelievably busy and it was a bit of a shock to the system like Tokyo, the bright electronic adverts and large blowfish hanging in the streets were cool though. There are so many shops there we really just spent the time wandering and absorbing the place. Even though it was still pretty busy as the Japanese never seem to sleep we decided it was time to head back to our snuggly bed about ...
... section of the train where two chairs faced each other and creatively weaved our legs and luggage together into a comfortable arrangement. Just as we had done this, there was an announcement in Japanese followed by everyone getting off the train. It had been cancelled. Trains do seem to always arrive on time – but I guess they don’t always run on time.
A local saw our confusion and was quick to provide a suggestion on an alternative ...
... panel on the wall for lights, radio, alarm, and TV! You can choose either to have a functioning outlet in your capsule or a functioning TV; we chose outlet. To close the capsule, there is a little breathable shade that you pull down which can only be accessed from the inside. The bed was hard, but I found it very comfortable. I would completely recommend them to anyone, and I would certainly consider staying in one in the states if they had ...
... find the tram to take us to our next stop. In Sapporo, we only have 3 subway lines and 1 main train company. Osaka has many more choices of transportation and we're not used to having to navigate through so much. Thankfully we finally made our way to the tram and we were off to something new for Christopher and me, Sumiyoshi-Taisya Grand Shrine. Before entering, there is a large bridge to cross over, which was very beautiful and made for some nice pictures with ...
... and around the pavilion. As it was another hot day, I got one of my new favourite sport drinks, with ion in it. Next stop Kinkakuji Temple or Golden Pavilion. This is one of the busiest attractions in Kyoto, and it was living up to it's name. I had been looking forward to seeing this place for real for awhile now. It was not disappointing, but rather I appreciated it from further away, than up close. I did take many photos. Even though I was feeling ...