Best Western Joytel Osaka
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... pretty much after landing. It was 21 degrees warm and raining. Compared to the 35 degrees I’ve had before, it was chilly. Glad I brought my jumper. The lady from the customs welcomed me with a conversation and we talked for a bit. After I got my backpack I found an ATM. Unfortunately it wouldn’t give me any money. That wasn’t the first time, but the guy before me didn’t get money either. After I walked around for a bit to look ...
... You pick your food from a machine and pay it directly. You then take your receipt to the waiters and you food comes shortly after. Most menus have pictures and a price making comprehension easy, although it is still a taste lottery. There are so many ways that this country is different and yet, it is just another veneer on the same life we are used to.
It is coming up to cherry blossom season here where all the trees are in ...
All aboard Tama Densha! Snotty Panda's long time dream to visit Tamachan was fulfilled today. A quick subway trip to Shin Osaka and a Tama preparation breakfast of omelette set and soba set and we were almost ready. First we had to Skype Dylan and Lulu to make sure there wasn't any last minute messages to add to their postcard gift for Tamachan. All good, we had purrmissions to go! We caught the Ocean Arrow express from Shin Osaka to Wakayama. Finding gate ...
... The ship changed to "anytime dining" for that one night since so many people were out late visiting the sights of Osaka while they had the chance.
It was an early night for us. We have not had too much trouble adjusting to the time change. Japan is fifteen hours ahead of Mountain Daylight time. I see that the calendar on my camera has not adapted for the time change. It's close enough though.
Well what can we say since the last post?
I think the photo's say it all really! We have been to temples, enjoyed lots of yummy food, drunk crazy amounts of wine, seen lots of Christmas lights, cycled tons, been to a maid cafe, and even seen a panda!
Well we love it here, all Kathy's ...