Best Western Joytel Osaka
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... we cheered. We later spoke with the conductor, which was very nice and energetic.
We then went to visit the art museum, which was nice.
Returning to the hotel for the Club dinner we decided to visit a not so nearby observatory, but as the winds from the typhoon slowly kicked in, we decided to go to the nearby mall and shop for some groceries, ...
... make sure i hadn't forgotten anything. There was a bus going from near the temple to the ropeway but i decided to walk to help me wake up a little bit. ;-)
I met Taka from Japan at the ropeway and he told me he had been to the Netherlands once, to Dronten! I asked him that maybe Amsterdam some other big town wouldn't have been more interesting but then he told me it was for a world jamboree thing and camping. I said goodbye to Taka as i stepped of the train at ...
... you pay ridiculously high amounts of money for large rooms you will get a typical Japanese hotel room. It is big enough for a desk, a small bed tucked into a corner and pretty much nothing else. The bathroom is tiny but functional. The best part about the room is that it comes with kimonos!
John convinced me to go for a walk tonight instead of being a bum. He had a two hour route planned out. We stopped downstairs at a noodle shop to fuel up before the walk. We ...
... to the hotel at 3pm, chilled for a little bit then went out to Dinner at Mizuno. Okonomiyaki. That was fresh. After that went back to the hotel.
I went out to a club called Pure Osaka. Got there at 1130 and it was dead. By 1230 it was pumping. Really ******* fun. Found a few Aussies and got out groove on. There were pole dancers in the club. Unreal night. Got back at like 330.
... and of course shops selling all sort of clothes, jewellery and other stuff. The loud music blaring from the shops is deafening. We find a restaurant down a quiet street for some dinner, a mixture of sashimi, gyoza, beef hotplate and yakatori sticks. All was good except the yakatori sticks which were a bit gristly. Fortunately Daimaru at the station has a good wine selection and John pops in on the way home to provide us with a bottle of Cote du Rhone for a ...