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... Rex the boat dropped several stories and landed with a huge splash - and yes, we got wet!
After Jurassic Park we walked around the grounds a bit more taking in the shops and items we missed earlier as well as revisiting some of our favourites. Then it was just 2 trains to get home - we did a LOT of walking today!
For supper we were looking for something simple and decided to cruise the hotel neighbourhood. We didn't have to go far ...
The last thing I wanted to see in Osaka was the Umeda Sky Building in downtown right by Osaka Station. That made it very convenient for me to move from Osaka to Nara by train. Lucky for me, I was able to sleep in because the building didn't open until 10am. Around 10, I arrived at Osaka station where I was able to take an underground passage way to the Umeda Sky Building. The passage wasn't anything special, but it did have a little bit of flare in the form of a ...
... span 4 kilometers and takes approximately 2 hours
to walk up. 
Since early Japan, Inari was seen as the patron of business, and
... if I sprinted all through that huge new airport with my bags—no checked luggage to wait for—I should be able to get through the baggage area and rush upstairs to get into the international terminal before the one hour limit on check-in for international flights.
And then we waited at the gate for 20 mortal minutes for the plane door to open and release us. No idea why. As they say there with a shrug, “Because—India.” ...
... what they were making: "Rice and rice". "OK then, I guess I will try one of each!" One was a 7-spice rice cracker, and the other was a soft green rice ball coated in sesame flour and had a sweet red bean filling in the middle. I also tried leaf sushi where the salmon was somewhere between fresh and smoked. Really nice!)
"Return to your lodgings or one of the main train stations." (Check, I took the JR train back to Kyoto. Overall it was ...