APA Hotel Osaka Higobashi-ekimae
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... castles now, we find they are all different and you find different things to look at and enjoy. Of course, most of them have also had a good deal of reconstruction work undertaken but, as the original plan is generally reproduced, we don't find this a problem. In that regard, Osaka is no different, and while the castle was orginally built in 1583, the castle fell in 1615 and the castle was reconstructed in 1620. In 1665, the Main Tower was destroyed by a ...
... oil. We both had Wagyu beef for main. It was absolutely amazing. The service in this restaurant was outstanding too. Noel had a orange creme brûlée dessert which was shared ;-). You could see the chefs prepare our meal throughout in the kitchen and we had a view over the city on the other side of us. We had such a great meal and to top it off which kept Mr Accountant happy they gave us a discount!! Haha. We signed up to the ...
... you want. I like these, especially when I'm alone. Afterwards, I visited a few temples around the city. It was a beautiful day. Eventually I went back to the area by the boat, and stopped at a small shop to drink a beer and get a snack until it was time to leave. I snacked on takoyaki, a local specialty. These are small doughy balls that looks about the shape of donut holes. They are filled with herbs ...
... guy in the drum machine. He was going mental. He was hitting perfect every time. We both just stared at him for ages at amazement. When we got to the temple we had to pay ¥500 to get in. I didn't think it was worth that. Don't get me wrong it was very nice to look at and to walk around but it didn't blow my mind. I enjoyed going up the shrine to overlook the temple. None the less it was nice to see, just should be a bit cheaper. We then went for a walk back to the ...
... Janken-densha" (literally translates to 'Paper, scissors, rock - Train). So like musical chairs, everyone moves around while the music plays, then when it stops, you feel around for another person and do paper-scissors-rock (yelling out which you chose). The person who loses has to make a train by following the winner, and when the music starts again, the winner leads the train, and so on. By the end, there are two trains for the ...