Business Inn Suigetsu

Address: 242-33 Ochikata, Tondabayashi, Osaka Prefecture, Kinki, 584-0058 , Japan | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 242-33 Ochikata, Tondabayashi.
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Travel Blogs from Tondabayashi

Chapter Eleven

A travel blog entry by luggagesbitch on May 22, 2015

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I almost missed breakfast this morning. I was getting ready to check-out, triple checking that I hadn't left anything behind when the phone rang. It was 8:30 am and they were about to close the dining hall. They had called to see if I was still coming. I'm such a dipshit. The staff probably refers to me as the Gaijin in room 208. I like that word, but it reminds me of "The Girl". After another traditional Japanese breakfast I squeeked in one last trip to the onsen. ...

Too many fakeshas and not enough geishas

A travel blog entry by cazmar on Apr 07, 2015

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... more sedated day. Becky told us early on the word of the day was 'leisurely' so after our first lie-in we headed to Nara to find some deer and a big Buddha! Finding the deer wasn't hard, there are thousands and they flock to visitors in the hope of food. One nipped me - the bugger! Then it was on to find the big Buddha! Again not that hard, it's pretty big at over 16m tall and (as becky and Hannah delighted in telling me) has over 8ft ears. Again it rained a lot today so ...

Highs and Lows in Osaka

A travel blog entry by paablo on Sep 09, 2014

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... a random café with Alistair and David choosing to abstain from having dinner yet. I wolfed it down as quickly as not to waste time and then we headed up to the fourth floor to seek entrance to the sky garden.

The Umeda Sky Tower is not the tallest building in Osaka, nor is it the newest, but it is arguably the most architecturally interesting. The building consists of two towers, connected at the top by an observatory and a 'sky garden'. The ...

The Guitar Quest

A travel blog entry by glenndwyer on Apr 16, 2014

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... bottle of Fireball whiskey we had bought up for him. He was stoked to see us and commented on how Sean had grown up since last year. We got talking to another Japanese customer and he asked how old Sean was. When we said 16 the bloke nearly fell fell of his chair. Funniest reaction I reckon I have ever seen. It was like we had just turned this guy's whole world upside down!

Quick pit stop at Ippudo for some Ramen and Gyoza and then lights ...

Osaka

A travel blog entry by guytang on Feb 14, 2014

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... towers at the top, which if you have a phobia of heights, and I do, is a pretty scary prospect. When I got to the escalator bit I paused for a moment had a peek out into the glass tunnel and then stepped on to the escalator standing very still in the middle with both hands firmly on rails. The escalator seem to take an age to get up to the other side, so I distracted myself by starring at the bottom of the girl in front of me, with the occasional glance to the left and ...