Hotel Claiton Shinosaka
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Great business hotel with excellent breakfast
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... because Liam is not a patient man and he isn’t keen on rides, so its best just to get him on them before he has too much time to consider! The park didn’t actually open until 10am however a huge queue formed pretty rapidly as the time approached and when they did finally open the gates people were literally running in! Japan has never looked more like what I envisioned after watching a lot of Takeshi’s Castle in my younger days; we ...
... one. It's full of stunning little alley ways, full of tea houses, Geishas rushing by, tiney tiny little restaurants or little inns to stay at. I was highly annoying saying
" Ohhhh Myyyyy Goddddddd! " at everything and anything. But it truly was gorgeous. We stayed in a Ryokan - a traditional Japanese Inn. We couldn't find it at all - it was down the tiniest/skinniest little alley way, in a 100 year old tea house. We had to get the local butcher to come out and show us which way ...
... the same as the monks get. But again it was delicious although i didn't recognize much of the ingredients, except for the rice, miso soup and black tea this time. Since there were no chairs to sit on but only a pillow i tried folding my legs like i was supposed to. But i guess i'll have to do some more stretching as a could only keep this position up for about a minute.
After breakfast i went to my room to pick up my bag which i'd already packed and did a last idiot ...
... for sleeping on, tatami style. I was pretty sure my bathroom at home was bigger then this room. Although it was small, it was perfectly adequate, plus I got really good wifi reception. For the price I paid, it was actually pretty good. Having dumped my stuff in my box of a room, I set out about town with 2 things to accomplish, get a local SIM card and book my ferry ticket to China. SIM card - failed! Japan is a strange place, ...
... of this train, and we all roasted from the hot air blasting out from beneath the seats and strangely, through the seat cushions, which made the parts in close proximity to those cushions sweaty and uncomfortable.
Eventually we arrived at Namba Nankai station, and found our way to the hotel without incident.
I'm pretty sure I had the proud honor of being the only guy in the whole of Osaka wearing shorts and a t-shirt. ...