APA Hotel Osaka Higobashi-ekimae
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and Africans. We befriended some local Hong Kongness on the bus who guide is to the Mansions. Inside it is quieter, but there are groups of people here and there, possibly some prostitutes if I am not mistaken. However there are also lots of tourists looking for their hotels which are all in different blocks within this 'city' within a city tower block complex of many flats, shops and hotels. There are cameras everywhere. In ...
... was no access directly across the road, you either have to go up and across a pedestrian walkway, or down into the subway!
Yodobashi Camera is huge and intimidating and contains any electronic device you could think of. You can buy any game, old or new for any gaming console, data plans, phones I've never seen before,]TV sets, camera gear, and many other things. I will be making a trip back there soon to get an adaptor, as I'm currently ...
... br> We approached baggage claims services and asked them to locate our bags with our baggage tag. They thought the whole thing was a laughing matter as it hadn't been scanned anywhere so they had no clue whether it was in Osaka or Kuala Lumpur, or whether it would be on the next flight or the one after that. By this stage it was now 9pm and without hope of buying any replacements this late at night, and having a plane to catch the next day at 1pm to Hanoi, we decided to cut ...
What do you get when you bring together people from Japan, Korea, Cambodia, Singapore, Viet Nam, Taiwan, and Malaysia?
If they are all students of God's Word and eager to see more people become students of the Word, and use the Emmaus courses in their ministries, you have great fellowship!
The Japanese Emmaus Director planned a marvelous time for us all. We started the conference by driving together to a Japanese hot springs communal bath--a cultural experience for many ...
... of the main support column, but that was not availed to us on that day, so we settled with going up to the observation deck which is below the west portion of the bridge and extends out over the water. There is one section that has a glass floor that can mess with the minds of those who don't like heights.
Next it was off to Himeji Castle (also known as the ...