APA Villa Hotel Yodoyabashi
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Our first stop for today was to visit the Himeji-jō (Osaka Castle and Park). I was actually expecting to see some beautiful Sakura surrounding the park as we walk in, but the Sakura were not yet in bloom. I still enjoyed walking around the park. The next stop was the Osaka History Museum. We get to know so much more about Japan. The final stop in Osaka was shopping at Doronbori Riverwalk Street (the shopping street everyone was looking ...
... souvenir from all our destinations but had zero luck here at all so left our bags at reception and headed around the corner to the covered shopping street in search of something. We had no luck at all and found nothing which was a real shame. Fukuoka is by far the most untouristy city we have been to in Japan. We did find a nice little cafe which sold postcards so we picked up a couple and sat down for some tea and sandwiches. With our tea cup empty and our stomachs rumbling ...
... off to soak my feet in the pond and after so many days of walking it was a really nice feeling to give my poor feet the rest they so badly deserve. After a while i put my shoes back on and proceeded to the castle. The thing looked really nice from the outside so i took some cool pictures but as a came to entrance there was a sign you had to keep right for the stairs and left for the elevator. Elevator? I didn't know the Japanese were this advanced in ...
... the group of students I met yesterday, with their speeches. On my way out to find the seminar room we were meeting at, the guy (whose name I found out is Yuga) and his friends who visited me last week came to my office. Yuga wanted to ask me more questions, he had even prepared them and written them down so he wouldn't forget! After answering about 'what I did in the weekend' and 'how I was', they asked me if I wanted to ...
... tacos and tortillas are imported so they are also expensive. But we all enjoyed it.
Something that does not sound too appetizing are health and beauty supplements made out of placenta and ground down turtles. But I have seen the commercials for both such supplements on the tv here. I don't think that would be a big hit back home, but I guess that is just another difference in culture that I find interesting. Mata ...