APA Hotel Tennoji Ekimae
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Smoking rooms available
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After leaving La Parian we headed straight to the airport to catch our flight back to the United States. It was hard to leave the small, lively town of Tlaquepaque but we were ready for our next adventure. We flew to Los Angeles for a 3 hour flight then soon after arriving hopped on another flight to Seoul, Korea! The flight was a long 13 hours and 30 minutes, but we were able to get some rest so we could keep ...
... sweet little vibe to it and was welcomed with open arms by Miso. Make friends on the couch with a fellow from India and a UK guy, both really good guys and thats what I love about staying in hostels you meet people from all over the world with totally different backgrounds and all meeting in the one place for many diffrent reasons, but one common reason is to explore, so explore is what we did, we head out for supper and stumble upon a little hole in the wall Indian place, we ...
... Daiso, housekeeping shops (no wonder he called it shops for aunts), clothing stores offering merchandise at a reasonable price and a couple of very decent pastry shops offering mouthwatering pastries, cakes and local sweets. I was soo tempted to buy some of those especially the mitarashi dango.
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... which is like a huge circular arch. They were glad to have their photo taken with me - traditional Japanese wedding attire is very unique!
We then continued on to Osaka Castle, and after many many photos, we went inside. I assumed you'd only be able to admire it from afar like the Golden Pavillion in Kyoto, but you can actually go inside which was a pleasant surprise! Inside had been made into a museum, with history of the building and the people who lived ...