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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... it is actually only about $100 CAD. Before we can sign up for the phone contract, we need to have bank accounts. From everything I've read online, to open a bank account, you must have a cell phone. One of the major dilemmas of being a foreigner, or gaijin, in Japan!
Overall, Japan is everything and more than we were expecting. The people are incredibly nice and helpful, even if they only know very little English. We are having a great time, but we do miss everyone at home!
... inside the park and we hadn't pre paid for the tickets. Knowing what we managed to do today we were quite happy having a McDonald's as it meant we could do so much more.
We got back to the hotel easily with the trains and didn't even get lost in the mall maze at the station (well not too lost). We made it back to our room a little tired after a long day, packed and set our alarm for a 10am alarm and to head back towards Tokyo on our last day of our Japan rail pass. Yokohama here we ...
... i love aquariums, this one had a little bit too much 'animals doing tricks' stuff going on. But the aquariums itself were really cool. But at the end of the tour there was a really shallow (<1m) tank where people could actually touch varios rays, sharks and other fish... Not cool! :-( I took another subway line to the Osaka castle. Since it was saturday the whole park was crowded with people enjoying the day off in the shadow of the trees. I took ...
... get photos. The girls made a great game up, which was "around the world in 14 seconds". This became a popular spectator sport for quite a few people in which the girls would sprint around the Universal globe, through the water spray mist. The downside of this was, water spray mist is, unsurprisingly, wet. Winter in Japan is, well, cold. With an icy wind blowing, after a couple of laps of Earth the girls were very wet, and very cold, as the water in their fringes ...
... to use a PowerPoint presentation and we translated the English passage about "Colours" into Japanese (Well, more like they translated it, and I assumed their translation was correct). Turns out I know a bit more Japanese than I thought, once I started the class, it seemed to come naturally and I no longer felt nervous.
After those classes it was lunch time, but instead of getting a break like everyone else, I had ...